James Fee Donates Photos to Benton
The William Benton Museum of Art has just received a gift of 175 photographs from internationally renowned Los Angeles-based photographer James Fee. The gift is the largest the Benton has received from a living artist.
"James is a traveler, a seeker, a visual poet, and a painter of lyrical images," says Salvatore Scalora, director of the Benton Museum. "It is a pleasure to accept his generous gift into our growing Photograph Study Collection."
An exhibit of Fee's work, "James Fee: The Weight of Time," is on display at the Benton through April 29.