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Featuring Works By Iwan Baan, Stephen Wilkes And Paula Bronstein

Photography Exhibition Focuses on Resilient Design in a Time of Rising Seas
on View from December 13, 2014 to May 3, 2015

On Thursday, August 14, 2014, Annenberg Foundation Director Gregory Annenberg Weingarten and the Chugach Nation’s John Johnson took part in a repatriation ceremony. 

LOS ANGELES, CA (July 17, 2014) — The Annenberg Space for Photography today announced Photosynthesis, a free, day-long photo and music festival taking place on Saturday, August 9, 2014.  The event will take place at Century Park in Century City, on the lawn adjacent to the Annenberg Space for Photography.

The Annenberg Foundation today announced Country in the City, an all ages, free concert series inspired by the Annenberg Space for Photography’s current exhibition, Country: Portraits of an American Sound.

The Annenberg Space for Photography today announced the lineup of speakers for their popular Iris Nights lecture series presented in conjunction with the upcoming exhibition, Country: Portraits of an American Sound.

The Annenberg Space for Photography today announced its next exhibition, Country: Portraits of an American Sound. This exhibit presents images of the pioneers, poets and icons of country music, and will be offered free to the public May 31 through September 28, 2014. Guest curators for this exhibit are Shannon Perich of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, and Tim Davis and Michael McCall of the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum.

The Annenberg Space for Photography today announced the 2014 lineup of speakers for their popular Iris Nights lecture series presented in conjunction with the exhibit The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years. The series brings to life the most current exhibit, giving attendees unique access to the artists in an intimate setting.   All Iris Nights lectures are free to the public. 

Annenberg Foundation Vice President and Director Gregory Annenberg Weingarten announced that the Annenberg Foundation has purchased 24 sacred Native American artifacts from an auction house in Paris – totaling $530,000 – for the sole purpose of returning them to their rightful owners. Twenty-one of these items will be returned to the Hopi Nation in Arizona, and three artifacts belonging to the San Carlos Apache will be returned to the Apache tribe.