Wing has many exhibition possibilities available for venues of all kinds, appropriate for formal gallery settings to K - 12 schools. His photographs address a host of social topics, including immigration, race, adoption, urbanism, rural life, dementia, spirituality, Lutheransim, gender, vulnerability, homelessness, and social disconnection. He has a vast archive on which to draw themes and customize exhibitions to your audience.
In an effort to make his work accessible, there are no set fees, rather a flexible and negotiable sliding scale. There are a variety of ways in which photos can be exhibited, depending on budget and venue. IDENTITY AND THE AMERICAN LANDSCAPE (below) has a unique formal presentation, while The University Avenue Project is more informal—laminated and simply pinned to the wall.
IDENTITY AND THE AMERICAN LANDSCAPE: The Photography of Wing Young Huie
- 50 pieces mounted on Sintra, box cleat backing, with an invisible Plexiglas face mounted to the photo.
- The photos are not framed, but have a black border on which titles are printed, giving a floating "framed" appearance.
- 47 photographs, each 20 x 30 inches
- 3 text panels, each 20 x 30 inches
This 50-piece retrospective is culled from 11 projects that span a 30-year career, reflecting the dizzying, changing cultural landscape. The exhibition was originated and produced by Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
For info and rental fee: contact Wing at info (at) wingyounghuie (dot) com.
Hubbs Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
The University Avenue Project (2006 - 2010)
THE UNIVERSITY AVENUE PROJECT
The Language of Urbanism: A Six-Mile Photographic Inquiry
- 66 pieces, all laminated, pinned to the wall with black pins (pins supplied)
- 63 photographs, each 16 x 24 inches, with black borders on which titles are printed
- 3 text panels, each 16 x 24 inches
For info and rental fee: contact Wing
Installation View, The McKnight Foundation, 2010