On view July 3 through November 21, 2021
Taking inspiration from the streets and corners of our communities, Hindsight 20/20 features five photographers of the Carolinas who set out not only to document the extraordinary events of 2020, but also to capture these moments through the eye of an artist. Showcasing the work of Héctor Vaca Cruz, Thomas Hammond, Catherine Hunsinger, Sean Rayford, and Crush Rush, Hindsight 20/20 looks back at historically poignant moments of the Black Lives Matter protests and the COVID-19 pandemic as a means for us to reflect, process, and find clarity.
Image above: detail of a photograph by Crush Rush.
CMA writer-in-residence Ray McManus talks with writers, artists, photographers, curators, and more about what is going into what they create, why they make it, and what it means. This season focuses on the exhibition Hindsight 20/20, which features photography taken here in Columbia documenting the extraordinary events of the past year.
In the first episode, McManus talks with CMA staffers about the impetus behind the podcast. Each of the following episodes in this six-part series features interviews with a photographer in the exhibition and a writer responding to their work with new original poetry.
Listen to the full first season now.