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Southeast Museum of Photography

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Ellen B wrote a review Feb 2019
Hortonville, Wisconsin504 contributions69 helpful votes
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For anyone who loves photography, this is a must see while in Daytona Beach. The downstairs gallery was closed while we were there because it was being changed. The upstairs gallery has some very famous photographic prints by great artists / photographers including Andy Warhol and Richard Avedon. The exhibit of prison photography was fascinating!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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loesshawk2015 wrote a review Dec 2018
Sioux City, Iowa464 contributions129 helpful votes
Had driven by a couple of times and thought why not stop in? The building has a new and fresh feel to it and located on a college campus. The exhibit was interesting but in reading their literature it would appear as though they bring in major shows from established and up and coming photographic artists. Was worth the stop and when I am coming back to the area I will check to see what is showing. Easy access in and out of the facility and campus.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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consumeradvocateUsa wrote a review Jan 2018
usa128 contributions67 helpful votes
boring, and theres a constant buzzing throughout the building that is disturbing and it is soooooooo small. nothing really to see, disappointed
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Date of experience: January 2018
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John D wrote a review Jul 2017
Orlando, Florida1,009 contributions346 helpful votes
Went to school here for photography and the museum was/is an added bonus, bringing in various famous (and non-famous) artists that provide presentations/lectures for the students and general public.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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DeerRun wrote a review Feb 2017
St Johns, Fla26 contributions11 helpful votes
I'm a photography enthusiast and had traveled recently to Rochester NY on business. While there I visited the Eastman House & Museum (George Eastman, Kodak, etc), a photography mecca of sorts, and saw a list of other photography museums around the country. I was surprised and pleased to find this one, the SMP, right in my own back yard (N Fla). So, we went for a visit recently, to catch the last day of the Berenice Abbott 1954 US-1 exhibit. She of course is a giant of 20th century American photography, and I expected 10-15 prints. I was very happy to see probably 40-50 prints, excellently displayed, in fantastic gallery space. What a nice surprise, and right here in NE Florida. Two other excellent exhibits were on display, one by Raymond Smith, lesser known but with nonetheless excellent black and white photography. This venue is something one would expect to see in a top city (NY, Chicago, LA, etc), and we should be proud of it and support it!
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Date of experience: February 2017
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