Tabitha Soren in conversation with Corey Keller

Event has passed (Thu Mar 1, 2018 - Thu Mar 1, 2018)
San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC)
7:00-9:00 p.m.
Art, Museums


SFAC Galleries is pleased to bring together two exceptional women—photographer Tabitha Soren and SFMOMA curator of photography Corey Keller—in an expansive conversation exploring practice, process, and the challenges of working with images in the world today.

Tabitha Soren left a career in television in 1999 to start another as a photo-based artist. Her work visualizes psychological states; the internal weather that storms though each of us and the twists of fate in life that can unhinge us. In the past 12 months, her work has been exhibited in Boston, New York, Dallas, Tulsa, Pittsburgh and currently in San Francisco City Hall as part of the San Francisco Arts Commission exhibition program. Public collections include the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, the George Eastman Museum, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Oakland Museum of Art, Transformer Station, Pier 24 Photography, New Orleans Museum of Art and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Soren lives and works in Berkeley.

Corey Keller is curator of photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, where she has been on staff since 2003. Most recently, Keller organized an exhibition of the photographic maps of Sohei Nishino (2017), and is currently at work on the first survey of the nineteenth-century photographer J.B. Greene as well as the first full-scale retrospective of the work of Dawoud Bey, both scheduled for 2019. In addition to her curatorial work, she enjoys teaching, and has taught at Stanford, the San Francisco Art Institute, and the California College of the Arts. She received her BA in American Studies from Yale University, and her MA in Art History from Stanford.

This event planned in conjunction with Fantasy Life, Soren’s exhibition currently on view in City Hall through March 23, 2018.


  1. San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA