The winners exhibited their prints at the SMFA at Tufts, and met to discuss their practices with the jurors.
Inspired by Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross, join us to discuss how humankind responds in remarkable ways in the face of adversity.
With their prize-winning photographs on display, the winning students are presented their awards at an event which includes a dialogue between the young artists and jury members.
The 2016 Karsh Lecture featured a conversation with Sharon Farmer, presidential photographer to President William Clinton; and David Hume Kennerly, personal photographer to President Gerald R. Ford.
Inspired by the exhibition “In the Wake: Japanese Photographers Respond to 3-11,” join us for an afternoon to discuss how humankind responds in remarkable ways in the face of adversity.
Divided into two sections—the first focused on the earthquake and tsunami and the second on the Fukushima disaster—the exhibition includes the work of 17 photographers, some of whom are among Japan’s most celebrated artists.
A daylong discussion that explored contemporary photography in Iran and the Arab world. Estrellita Karsh introduced distinguished speaker Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan, followed by a day of conversations with some of the region’s outstanding women photographers.
Digitized photographs from the collection of the MFA, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Physical Therapy Department
In 2008, Estrellita Karsh donated digitized photographs from the collection of the MFA to Brigham and Women’s Hospital Physical Therapy Department.
In 2008, Estrellita Karsh permanently endowed the position of Assistant Curator of Photographs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
The Karsh photography prize for students of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, was established by Yousuf and Estrellita Karsh in 1998 and carries forward Karsh’s practice of mentorship.
Established in 1996, by Yousuf and Estrellita Karsh, the Annual Lecture brings noted photographers to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to share their life’s work and philosophy. Inaugurated by Gordon Parks in 1998.