October 17 Public Lecture with Richard Mosse
6:30 PM - 7:15 PM

The public is invited to a lecture featuring Riley CAP Gallery artist Richard Mosse. Using photographic methods originally developed for the military, such as reconnaissance infrared film, Mosse documents sites of social, political, and humanitarian conflicts. His exhibition in Joslyn's Riley CAP gallery opens October 6 and continues through January 6.

Mosse's October 17 lecture, free and open to the public. Exhibition viewing and cash bar begin at 5:30 pm; lecture will begin at 6:30 pm.

What's pictured: Richard Mosse, Idomeni Camp, Greece, 2016, digital chromogenic development print on metallic paper, 40 x 120 in., Edition 5 of 5, with 2 APs, © Richard Mosse, Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

The Karen and Doug Riley Contemporary Artists Project Gallery

A 500-square-foot space in the Scott Pavilion suite of galleries, the Riley CAP Gallery showcases nationally- and internationally-recognized artists, as well as emerging talent, selected by Joslyn curators. A rotating schedule of intimate, carefully focused exhibitions will examine how artists engage with the world and respond to the issues that challenge them creatively, bringing new perspectives on contemporary art to Nebraska.

Riley CAP Gallery artists will be invited to Joslyn for lectures and other public programs, giving audiences the opportunity to gain insight into creative processes and contribute to an expanded dialogue about new art. The first Joslyn gallery dedicated exclusively to living artists, the Riley CAP Gallery represents an important step in making contemporary art an even more integral component of the Museum’s exhibition programming.