Paris Photo 2015 starts on Tuesday, or at least the first of several private previews, in which the fair opens to collectors and gallerists. The Grand Palais will be open to the public starting Thursday November 12th, and be open through late Sunday evening. After three years of working on a series entitled Personal Disclosure, and a very successful show at Camera Work’s CWC gallery in Berlin, I am glad to be showing some new work for the first time.
My work remains the same in terms of process and material choices, which I covered in a recent post and various videos that I produced. What is different is the light. I am no longer focused on baroque lighting, the subjects emerging out of the dark using chiaroscuro. I am beginning a new project – as yet unnamed – that will be much lighter, and more architectural. I will also work with poses that are less about vulnerability, and more about strength. I find my life is changing, and I am no longer in the mood to simply defend what I have.
See you in Paris next week. Stop by Booth B 47, I may be there at some point during the fair. I’m always happy to talk about my work.
Sheri Reclining, 100 x 130 cm, Mixed Print Media (Chromogenic Print / Matte Diasec & Archival Pigment Print) – Unique