Sandra Phillips, senior curator of photography, SFMOMA, leads a walkthrough of the exhibition. Exhibition walkthroughs feature artists, scholars, and colleagues who lead tours of Hammer exhibitions, offering unique perspectives
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Sandra S. Phillips is senior curator of photography at SFMOMA where she has organized such exhibitions as History of Photography from California Collections (1989), and a 1989 retrospective of John Gutmann. Phillips has authored or coauthored numerous exhibition catalogues, including Daido Moriyama: Stray Dog (1999), Crossing the Frontier: Photographs of the Developing West, 1849 to the Present (1996), and Dorothea Lange: American Photographs (1994). Her articles and essays have appeared in numerous journals, books and catalogues. Phillips received a BA in art and art history from Bard College in 1967 and an MA from Bryn Mawr College in 1969. She earned a PhD in art history in 1985 from City University of New York.
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