Beeler Gallery exhibition | 1,000 Miles Per Hour

Thursday, Sept. 15–Friday, Oct. 28

Beeler Gallery at Canzani Center
60 Cleveland Ave.
United States


Beeler Gallery exhibition | 1,000 Miles Per Hour
Thursday, Sept. 15–Friday, Oct. 28, 2022, witness 1,000 Miles Per Hour, a new exhibition at Beeler Gallery at Columbus College of Art & Design celebrating artwork showcasing the powers of space and perspective through contemporary photography and lens-based practices. This exhibition is co-curated by CCAD Faculty Director of Galleries Tim Rietenbach and Chair of Photography & Associate Professor Darren Lee Miller.

Events associated with the exhibition include an artist panel and opening reception on Thursday, Sept. 15, and artist talk from Lisa Jarrett on Friday, Sept. 16.

The exhibition’s title, 1,000 Miles Per Hour, references the speed of Earth's rotation at the equator. NASA’s Voyager Golden Record and Charles and Ray Eames’ film Powers of Ten served as vision fulcrums for 1,000 Miles Per Hour, as both provide unique perspectives of life on earth through the creative properties of photography and videography. The show includes works by contemporary artists whose practices demonstrate distinct approaches to the art of recording, and that broaden the indexical and poetic deployments of contemporary photography and other lens-based practices. Artists include:

  • Roger Beebe
  • David Bowen
  • Orlando Combita-Heredia
  • Frank Drake, Jon Lomberg
  • Charles and Ray Eames
  • Robin Hewlett
  • Chad Hunt (Photography, 1994)
  • Lisa Jarrett
  • Ben Kinsley
  • Hans Klompen
  • Jeremy Naredo
  • Dawit L Petros
  • Stephanie Syjuco
  • James Turrell

1,000 Miles Per Hour is part of the 2022 FotoFocus BiennialSupport for this 2022 FotoFocus Biennial exhibition was provided by FotoFocus, Greater Columbus Arts Council, and Ohio Arts Council. 

Beeler Gallery is located on the first floor of the Canzani Center on CCAD’s campus at 60 Cleveland Ave. Beeler Gallery is free and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday–Saturday. Parking is free. To learn more, visit