"Anne Brigman was...one of only two members of Alfred Stieglitz’s Photo-Secession from west of the Mississippi, exhibited at his 291 Gallery and published in his periodical Camera Work. Now she has been given a lavish revival in Ann M. Wolfe’s ANNE BRIGMAN: A Visionary in Modern Photography, [where] an undeniable tough bohemian verve is on display, drunk on willed freedom, along with a strong sense of composition and a deep reverence for the landscapes of the West." ~Luc Sante,New York Times
“Anne Brigman: A Visionary in Modern Photography,” is the largest presentation of Brigman’s work to date, bringing together 250 photographs by an artist who, notes curator Ann Wolfe, was “stripping off her clothes and scaling mountains at a time when women were still confined to Edwardian corsets." — AI AP
"This fall, the Nevada Museum of Art is inviting visitors to rediscover the groundbreaking work of visionary photographer Anne Brigman (1869-1950) in this first major retrospective. Consisting of 250 photographs drawn from public and private collections,Anne Brigman: A Visionary in Modern Photographyfeatures this pioneering artist’s most iconic work, including her early photographic explorations, as well as many never-before-seen images, correspondence, and archival materials." —JUXTAPOZ
Ann M. Wolfeis Senior Curator and Deputy Director at the Nevada Museum of Art.Susan Ehrensis an art historian and independent curator.Alexander Nemerovis a professor at Stanford University.Kathleen Pyneis professor emerita at the University of Notre Dame.Heather Waldroupis a professor at Appalachian State University.