MIT Museum presents Compass Points: Joël Tettamanti
February 15 - August 31, 2013
The MIT Museum opens Compass Points: Joël Tettamanti the first exhibition in the United States of Tettamanti's work. A Swiss photographer who travels extensively, this exhibition in the Kurtz Gallery for Photography reveals the varied impact of human settlement on the landscape, from Asia to the Arctic Circle. The exhibition at the MIT Museum features over 30 of his works and is on view February 15 through August 31, 2013.
About the artist:
Joël Tettamanti was born in Efok, Cameroon in 1977. Tettamanti received his diploma in Graphic Design and Photography in 2001 from ECAL (University of Art and Design, Lausanne), where he now teaches photography along side his independent work. Tettamanti currently lives in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Gallery talk with Tettamanti at the MIT Museum on February 16 from 11am to 3pm