Just Kids,” at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) explores the complex relationship between young people and photography. Comprised of nearly 200 objects, the exhibition includes images of children and teens by both celebrated and emerging photographers, as well as photographic books and series created for and by young people. Middle and high school students were integral to the curatorial process, writing and editing the gallery texts and weighing in on exhibition design. “Just Kids” will be on view in Mia’s Harrison Gallery through June 14, 2020, and is organized by Casey Riley, PhD, curator and head of the Department...
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