The Kauffman Gallery in Huber Art Center is honored to present the black and white photography of the American photographer Chester Higgins. The exhibit runs from January 26 to February 23.

Represented exclusively by the Bruce Silverstein Gallery, NYC, Chester Higgins’ photography is included in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art, NY; Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; International Center of Photography, NY; Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; The New York Times Company; The Jewish Museum, NY; Birmingham Civil Rights Museum, Alabama; The Brooklyn Museum of Art; and the Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History to name a few. 

“The photography of Chester Higgins gives us a view into the soul of the African American community, and the view is striking, sensitive and real. Revealed is the human experience in all its glory, passion and the pursuit of living with purpose. We are grateful to Chester Higgins and the Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York City, for sharing this exhibit with us,” said Michael Campbell, director of the Kauffman Gallery and professor of art and design.

Gallery information and exhibit hours are available here.