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All three bodies of work reflect the shifting parameters of the Chinese experience amid the global trend of rapid urbanization and cultural expansion in the early 21st century.
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The veterans' recollections, derived from interviews conducted by the artist, are included alongside the photographs.
Currently a work-in-progress, Karady hopes to eventually complete this project with 25 photographs of veterans from around the country.
.95Jessamyn Lovell Essay by Renny Pritikin Limited Edition: 1,000Hardcover, 64 pages, Shrink wrapped In response to having her identity stolen in 2009, artist Jessamyn Lovell began to pursue the woman who was using her stolen identity and made art of the process.
An act of artistic retribution, Lovell utilized her camera to occupy the varied roles of victim, stalker, investigator, artist, spy and vigilante to create a body of work that touches on contemporary concerns of surveillance and selfhood within the information age.
Luz Elena Castro, Zoraida Diaz, Jaime Avila, and Andres Felipe Essay by Carolina Ponce de Leon and Santiago Rueda Limited Edition: 1,000Hardcover, 62 pages, Shrink wrapped Released in conjunction with an exhibition at SF Camerawork in September 2015, highlights the work of photographers Jaime Ávila, Zoraida Diaz, Luz Elena Castro, and Andres Felipe Orjuela, whose images range from documentary photojournalism to contemporary art.
Together they explore the experiences of cultural and ideological conflict that characterize daily life in Colombia.
This monograph represents a selection of more than 50 images from the archive and includes an essay by acclaimed art historian Abigail Solomon-Godeau.Beautifully designed by Bob Aufuldish in collaboration with the artist and funded with the support of the National Endowment for the Arts, this 68-page book elegantly presents the breadth of the exhibition as it was installed at SF Camerawork gallery.40 full-color reproductions capture natural light effects and provide full frame and detail treatments of Mazinani’s intricate photographic wall sculptures.BOOKSSF Camerawork publications are distributed to SF Camerawork's members as a benefit of membership, as well as arts organizations, libraries, museums, and universities across the globe.If you would like to receive future publications, , (February 16 - April 22, 2017).