American Figurative Photography
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Ancient Ink: Mark Perrott is a 2017 exhibit at the Erie Art Museum which says: "Photographer Mark Perrott has spent the past several decades documenting the ever-expanding tribe of tattooed Americans. He began his study at Island Avenue Tattoo in Pittsburgh, PA in 1979, and since then has explored tattoo parlors all across America." Also see artist's website Accessed 8/17
Behind the Door: Vanity's Demand by Milisa Taylor-Hicks is a 2017 exhibit at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts at Appalachian State University which says: "Deeply influenced by the journals and writings of Anais Nin, Milisa Taylor-Hicks creates images of fragile beauty; she embraces the idea of metaphor to weave personal narratives. Although her images are not self-portraits in the traditional sense, she collaborates with trusted models who stand in not only for the photographer but also for all woman who struggle to forge their own rules in cultures that tend to mediate emotional excess." Accessed 8/17
FACE VALUE: Photographs by Doris Ulmann & Andy Warhol is a 2017 exhibit at the University of Kentucky Art Museum which says: "Separated by a half century, Doris Ulmann (1882-1934) and Andy Warhol (1928-1987) had profound aesthetic and philosophical differences, yet shared surprising common ground. Face Value is a unique opportunity to see their work together, revealing distinct approaches to portraiture, constructions of identity, and conceptions of art, class, and society." Accessed 3/17
Jo Ann Callis: Woman Twirling an exhibit held March 31 - August 9, 2009 at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Includes audio clips.
The Mermaid Project: Chapter 1, Confinement - works by Annaliese Tassano is a 2017 photography exhibit suggestive of underwater mermaids at the Rehoboth Art League Also see the artist's website Accessed 6/17
Sharon: Photographs by Leon Borensztein is
a 2017 exhibit at the San Luis Obispo
Museum of Art which says: "Leon Borensztein is a renowned
photographer whose artwork captures the integral beauty of people in otherwise
painful and challenging situations. His photographs are a glimpse into his
life as a single father caring for his severely disabled daughter, Sharon,
from infancy until age 29." Accessed 9/17
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