Award winning photographer and NOPA member Tyler Vance work is on view at the Hammond Art Center during the month of August. Vance has worked with some of this century’s best-known photographers, including David Allen Harvey, Eugene Richards, Jim Nachtway and many others from both the Magnum Agency and National Geographic Magazine.
For the past 13 years he has traveled with photographer Mary Ellen Mark in Oaxaca, Mexico, documenting lifestyle and customs in that area.
Recently, he was a featured merit award winner in the July issue of Black and White magazine, and his photo, “Procession” was chosen for the 8th Annual Louisiana Fine Arts Showcase.
Current projects on display include photographs of the Cole Bros. Circus troupe and documentary coverage of life in the Mississippi Delta.
Vance is a 1972 graduate of West Texas A&M University with a degree in Journalism. He and his wife Kimberly live in Robert, La., and also work as documentary wedding photographers.
Tyler Vance, Moments, A Retrospective is on view at the Hammond Regional Arts Center, August 1-30.
Lunch Lecture, August 14 from 12-1 pm
- Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Friday 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- Saturday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
- Sunday and Monday Closed
- Gallery Address: 217 E. Thomas Street, Hammond, LA 70401
- Visit Hammond Arts.org for more information