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BODY [IN/AS] LANDSCAPE highlights the varied ways in which landscapes and bodies interact with each other and interrogates how our conception of the landscape changes when human forms or human activity intrude into the scene.

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Fate Descends toward the River Leading Two Innocent Children
The Escaped Lunatic
We New Yorkers
Born by Water and Spirit, Ninth and Washington Avenue

Edward Burtynsky<br> <i>Nickel Tailings #30, Sudbury, Ontario</i> (1996)<br> Chromogenic color print<br> 39 15/16 x 60 1/8 in.<br> Mount Holyoke College Art Museum<br> MH 1999.1<br> Purchase with the Madeleine Pinsof Plonsker (Class of 1962) Fund
LaToya Ruby Frazier<br> <i>Landscape of the Body (Epilepsy Test)</i> (2011) <br> Gelatin silver print<br> 20 x 24 in.<br> <a href="http://www.latoyarubyfrazier.com/photography/">latoyarubyfrazier.com</a>
Erwin Blumenfeld<br> <i>Profile of Bust</i> (1981)<br> Heliogravure<br> 11 x 8 1/2 in.<br> Hampshire College Special Collections<br> HC 2009.010<br> From the Collection of Jeremiah Kaplan. Gift of David Kaplan.
Ana Mendieta<br> <i>Untitled</i> from the “Silueta Series in Mexico” (1976 original slide; 1991 posthumous print)<br> Chromogenic color print<br> 20 x 13 1/4 in.<br> Smith College Museum of Art<br> SC 2001.22-2<br> Purchased with the Janice Carlson Oresman, class of 1955, Fund and the Josephine A. Stein, class of 1927, Fund in honor of the class of 1927
Carl Warner<br> <i>Desert of Sleeping Men</i> (n. d.)<br> Photograph <br> <a href="http://www.carlwarner.com/image/otherscapes/the-desert-of-sleeping-men_18/#&panel1-18">carlwarner.com</a>
Jan Saudek<br> <i>Fate Descends toward the River Leading Two Innocent Children</i> (1970)<br> Gelatin silver print<br> 6 1/2 x 9 3/4 in.<br> Mead Art Museum at Amherst College<br> AC 1989.77<br> Bequest of Richard Templeton (Class of 1931)
Harry Callahan<br> <i>Eleanor, Port Huron</i> (1954)<br> Gelatin silver print<br> 7 1/16 x 7 in.<br> University Museum of Contemporary Art, University of Massachusetts Amherst<br> UM 1978.42<br> Purchased with funds from the Alumni Class of 1928 and a National Endowment for the Arts Museum Purchase Plan Grant
Steffani Jemison<br> “The Escaped Lunatic” (2010-2011)<br> Single channel video, color, sound<br> <a href="https://vimeo.com/37769017">SOURCE</a>
Benton Spruance<br> <i>Soldier and Chaplain</i> (1944)<br> Lithograph<br> 12 15/16 x 17 9/16 in.<br> Mount Holyoke College Art Museum<br> MH 1973.245.I(b).RII<br> Gift of Winifred Glover Spruance (Class of 1925)
LaToya Ruby Frazier<br> <i>Born by Water and Spirit, Ninth and Washington Avenue</i> (2009)<br> Gelatin silver print<br> 30 x 40 in.<br> University Museum of Contemporary Art, University of Massachusetts Amherst<br> UM 2013.57<br> Gift of the artist
Jared French<br> <i>Untitled (Crouching Male Nude on the Beach)</i> (1946)<br> Gelatin silver print<br> 4 1/8 x 4 in.<br> Mead Art Museum at Amherst College<br> AC 2012.287<br> Museum Purchase with funds donated by Andrew J. Shilling (Class of 1989) and Kirsten N. Shilling; Jennifer S. Stein (Class of 1993) and Josh B. Stein; and A. Gary Shilling (Class of 1959) and Margaret B. Shilling
Huang Yan<br> <i>Chinese Shan Shui Tattoo</i> (1999)<br> Digital chromogenic color print<br> 47 1/4 x 59 in.<br> Smith College Museum of Art<br> SC 2012.54-12<br> Gift of Ethan Cohen in honor of Joan Lebold Cohen, class of 1954, and Jerome A. Cohen
Josef Breitenbach<br> <i>We New Yorkers</i> (1942)<br> Gelatin silver print<br> 14 x 11 in.<br> Smith College Museum of Art<br> SC 2003:31-3<br> Gift of Peter C. Jones and Charlotte M. Frieze, class of 1974
Jacques Callot<br> <i>La Pendaison [The Hanging] Plate</i> (1633)<br> Etching, black ink on ivory paper<br> 3 1/8 x 7 3/16 in.<br> Mount Holyoke College Art Museum<br> MH 1959.36.M.RI<br> Purchased with the Nancy Everett Dwight Fund
Edward Steichen<br> <i>In Memoriam</i> (1905; printed in 1906)<br> Photogravure<br> 8 3/16 x 7 1/4 in.<br> Mead Art Museum at Amherst College<br> AC 1989.127<br> Bequest of Richard Templeton (Class of 1931)
Kara Elizabeth Walker<br> <i>Cotton Hoards in Southern Swamp</i> (2005)<br> Offset lithography and silkscreen on Somerset textured paper<br> 26 5/8 x 34 9/16 in.<br> Mount Holyoke College Art Museum<br> MH 2012.14.6<br> Purchase with the Susan and Bernard Schilling (Susan Eisenhart, Class of 1932) Fund and the Belle and Hy Baier Art Acquisition Fund