I am pleased to announce that I am now represented by 555 Gallery, where Director Susan Nalband specializes in bringing the work of emerging and established fine art photographers to collectors and buyers in Boston and internationally. My series "A very costly masque prepared but not shown", 2017, is now featured on her website.
"Day of night, 7" and "Day of night, 1", 2013, have been selected for an exhibition entitled "Women Seen By Women: Part Three", and will be on view Galeria Valid Foto BCN in Barcelona, April 10-28, 2018. A performative studio-based project, in almost every way, from assembling the costumes, set and props, to working with performer P. Kirshner, seen here.
I participated in Michael Foley's semester-long "Exhibition Lab" from January through July 2017, which culminated in a group exhibition at Foley Gallery, July 12 - August 12, 2017. I had on view eight pictures from my series "A very costly masque prepared but not shown", 2017. Here we are in one of our last critique sessions at the gallery.
On the weekend of May 20-21, I opened my studio along with more than 100 artists, artisans and makers at Industry City, in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, I had on view in my studio several new photographs from the series, "Study for an Acrobat", 2017, featuring A. Plass as performer.
My series "A very costly masque prepared but not shown", 2017, was featured on L'Oeil de la Photographie's Weekend Portfolios section, on April 15-16, 2017. Merci M. Naudet!
Was an afternoon viewing of my new photographs and videos, held on Sunday, March 26, 2017, from 12:00 to 4:00pm at the home of Kathy Rosenblatt. The series "A very costly masque prepared but not shown" was featured. Special thanks to P. Kirshner, A. Plass and M. Bell for photography session performances, along with Michael Foley for wonderful assistance on the edit, Jeff Hirsch at Fotocare, Rooftop Films, and B&J Fabrics and Mood.
I am pleased to announce that my photobook "L is for Lollipop: A Girl’s Guide to the Alphabet" has been selected by Center for Creative Photography Curator Becky Senf Ccp, and her colleagues, for inclusion in the prestigious INFOCUS Juried Exhibition of Self-Published Photobooks on view December 2, 2016 - April 9, 2017 at the Phoenix Art Museum. Available in a limited edition of 100 exclusively from the studio. www.agirlsguidetothealphabet
In November 2016, a few months after the extraordinary Photography Master Retreat, organized and hosted by photographer Martine Fougeron at her family's home in Esparon, in the South of France, in July 2015, we published, as a group, "Field Notes" documenting our week together there. Here we are gathering for a group portrait.
I spent a week at The Photography Master Retreat in the South of France, at the home of Martine Fougeron, who along with her colleagues Elisabeth Biondi and Lyle Rexer, mentored ten photographers from around the world: Reflect, Rethink, Refocus!
Oh, and did I mention . . . my photographs were selected for the covers of two of Hilary Mantel's early novels, "Every Day is Mother's Day" and "Vacant Possession," when they were re-issued in paperback, in 2010, by Picador, following the announcement of her Man Booker Prize award for "Wolf Hall." And now, at last, "Wolf Hall, Parts One & Two," on Broadway starring Mark Rylance and the RSC, and also, "Wolf Hall" starts tomorrow night on Masterpiece PBS . . . wonderful Hilary!
"Toot Sweet" party goods by Merimeri source of ongoing inspiration for new still life series in the studio.
Lovely things in the Lehman wing . . .
In the studio this week, working on new garments for the next shoot, with the help of this Yves Saint Laurent Vogue Paris Original and fabrics from B & J Fabrics and Mood Fabrics.
In the studio, looking through the prints, getting record-keeping in order, preparing to start a new series.
Worked all day in the studio today with model and collaborating artist, Patricia Kirshner!