Reticulation 1 & Reticulation 3 - 2004
Introducing Allison Brooke Kaufman, a photographer with a knack for transforming mundane building details, or other man-made objects, into something a bit more human, lyrical or haunting…and in her "Reticulation" series above, she opens up a universe of beauty and wonder in peeling paint!
Weakened, 2003, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" on 11" x 14", c-print
Here are images of earlier work with buildings…
(you can see more images from this series at the Open Ground website).
Iridescent Curve, 2003, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" on 11" x 14", c-print
Gnarl, 2003, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" on 11" x 14", c-print
And below are a few images from a new series she is working on… including studies from her grandparent's home. Here she is allowing her transformative eye to explore much more personal terrain. and further below, in the series of self portraits as grand/mother, she enters the photographs her self.
Window – GM Mickey, 2005
Grampa Jack - GM Mickey, 2005
Pa's Shoes, 2005
Self Portrait as my Mother (Found Object 2) 2005
Mamie Mask I , 2005
1950's Polaroid, 2005
This Saturday, see some of her work in person – and the work of 20 other emerging women artists at tART's FALL 2005 Salon Show and Benefit Auction - an exhibition of over 20 emerging artists and a silent auction of small works. All proceeds will be donated to Doctors Without Borders to support earthquake relief efforts.
Saturday, November 19th, 2005
147 Bowery @ Broome Street, NYC
Party and Auction - 6-9 pm. (bidding ends at 8:30)
Please visit their website for artist previews and more details: www.tartnyc.org
Or you can contact the artist directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
By Amy Chase (not Maxwell below)