TILT Institute for the Contemporary Image

InVISION 2024 Sponsored by Comcast NBCUniversal!

TILT Institute for the Contemporary Image hosted its annual fundraiser event, InVISION, on May 18th, 2024 at TILT!  After almost a decade, Philly Photo Day returned and received an amazing turnout. The event included access to the opening reception of our Philly Photo Day exhibition, drinks, light refreshments, music, and entertainment! InVISION also brought together some of Philly’s favorite creatives, including a fashion show by Prajjè Oscar and a live DJ set by Oluwafemi.

We posthumously honored the prestigious American photographer Larry Fink for his contributions to image making and his impact on contemporary photography. His wife, Martha Posner, accepted the award on his behalf. We also honored Larry Reichlin for his continued advocacy of our city’s creative landscape. Larry is a champion of the arts in Philadelphia and a longtime friend and supporter of TILT.

As a nonprofit organization, it’s simply impossible to continue doing the great things we do without your support. All proceeds from InVISION went toward our free youth education outreach programs,  discounted classes/workshops, free programming & exhibitions, and artist residencies.

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Honoring Larry Reichlin

To say that Larry Reichlin is a magician is twofold. He is, in the literal sense, an accomplished student of the art of magic and he is also the strongest of advocates for the causes he is passionate about; having the ability to – one might even say, magically – guide organizations like TILT to new heights.

Larry has been involved with TILT since its earliest years; as one of the organization’s very first donors, he has been a steadfast supporter since the days when this organization was only as big as a few programs and a space to print work. In 2014, Larry joined our Board of Trustees, and TILT flourished with his help and guidance, adding additional programming and expanding the ability to serve the creative community. 

Larry has been a lifelong champion of Philadelphia’s arts institutions, with leadership roles at the University of the Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania, and as a supporter of The Print Center and The Center for Emerging Visual Artists among others. An enthusiastic photographer himself, Larry has supported a number of photography-related programs and endowed scholarship funds, creating so many opportunities for aspiring artists. 

In addition to his passion for the arts, Larry has served as a leadership volunteer for an impressive number of nonprofit organizations throughout the region, including Muhlenberg College, Friends Central School, Eastern State Penitentiary Historical Site and Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health. Larry recently stepped back from the Einstein Healthcare Network Board of Trustees after a decades-long tenure of service, including many years as its Board Chair. 

We cannot begin to express the level of gratitude we have towards Larry, as a friend and supporter, and TILT is honored to highlight all he has done for our organization.

Honoring Larry Fink

b. March 11, 1941 –November 2023

Working as a professional photographer for over sixty years, Larry Fink has had one-man shows at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and the Whitney Museum of Modern Art amongst others. He has shown work in museums all over the world. Larry’s most recent show was in Italy at The
Cortona Photo Festival this past summer. He also exhibited a retrospective of his work atnFotografia Europea in Italy, and a had a 2019 solo show at the deCordova Sculpture Park Museum in Massachusetts and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

In 2017, Larry was the recipient of the Lucie Award for Documentary Photography. In 2015, he received the International Center for Photography Infinity Award for Lifetime Fine Art Photography. He has also been awarded two Guggenheim Fellowships and two National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Photography Fellowships. He taught for over fifty-two years,
with professorial positions held at Yale University, Cooper Union, and lastly at Bard College, where he is an honored professor emeritus.

Larry’s first monograph, the seminal Social Graces (Aperture, 1984) left a lasting impression in the photographic community. There have been twelve other monographs with the subject matter crossing the class barrier in unexpected ways. Two of his most recently published books were on
several “Best Of” lists of the year: The Beats published by Artiere /PowerHouse and Larry Fink on Composition and Improvisation published by Aperture. Fink On Warhol: New York Photographs of the 1960s, released Spring 2017, featuring rare photographs of Andy Warhol and his friends at the
Factory interspersed with street scenes and the political atmosphere of 1960s New York. Also released in 2017 was The Polarities chronicling five years of recent work, and The Outpour containing images taken at and around the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. An exhibition of his boxing series opened at the Taschen Gallery in Cologne, Germany December 2023. The last few years Larry was working on his retrospective book to be published in 2024. He’s represented by Robert Mann Gallery in New York City.

Photo Credit: Geoffrey Berliner, Penumbra Foundation

InVISION Host Committee Chairs

Carolyn Lowe

Jan Sutcliffe

InVision Host Committee

Dori Broudy
Mary Brown
Erika Feist*
Morgan Glanton*
Karen Harmelin
Karen Jacobson
Ursula Johnson
Carolyn Lowe*
Oscar Prajje
Jan Sutcliffe*
Smith Tayyib
John Wind

* TILT Trustee

Visionary Level Sponsors

Norma and Larry Reichlin

Stargazer Level Sponsors

Jan Sutcliffe and Kent Devereaux
Charlie and Denick Herrin

Pamela and Bradley Korman

Stephen Levick

Enthusiast Level Sponsors

James and Mary Brown
Christine Lussier
Deborah Willig

Friend Level Sponsors

Willa and Marc DeSouza
Sarah Stolfa and Michael Ruddy
Harriet Weiss

In-Kind Sponsors