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Ain't I A Woman

Denise Prince
2010
Photography
Edition 1 of 10
30.0030.00
Price: $2,500 USD

Denise Prince (lives and works in Austin, TX) has had critical success and both the commercial and academic art worlds. Her work is an extension, a public and cultural version of a clinical and private study, by Prince and Charles Merward of the logic of fantasy. Across the disciplines of film, photography, painting and object making, Prince’s work employs the commercial language of advertising to make explicit what is real or deftly, its counterpoint, fantasy. The lush styling and singular locations in Prince’s constructed portraits are augmented by wit and make clear the pleasure with which she constructs narratives and then carefully disrupts them. The concept is essential to the nature of photography. "Caught in a state of permanent suspense vis a vis events that have just happened or are about to take place, photographs contain essential seeds of narratives that can never come to fruition except in the imagination." Denise took part in numerous exhibitions including the International Zizek Studies Conference, PBS Television, Anthology Film Archive and the Kopekian Gallery in Los Angeles as well as in Switzerland. Spain, Russia, Turkey, Italy, etc.

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Denise Prince (lives and works in Austin, TX) has had critical success and both the commercial and academic art worlds. Her work is an extension, a public and cultural version of a clinical and private study, by Prince and Charles Merward of the logic of fantasy. Across the disciplines of film, photography, painting and object making, Prince’s work employs the commercial language of advertising to make explicit what is real or deftly, its counterpoint, fantasy. The lush styling and singular locations in Prince’s constructed portraits are augmented by wit and make clear the pleasure with which she constructs narratives and then carefully disrupts them. The concept is essential to the nature of photography. "Caught in a state of permanent suspense vis a vis events that have just happened or are about to take place, photographs contain essential seeds of narratives that can never come to fruition except in the imagination." Denise took part in numerous exhibitions including the International Zizek Studies Conference, PBS Television, Anthology Film Archive and the Kopekian Gallery in Los Angeles as well as in Switzerland. Spain, Russia, Turkey, Italy, etc.

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LANA CARLSON is an international curator who started her career in Paris and St. Petersburg after receiving an education at the Sorbonne and School of Louvre. As founder and director of Modern Art Gallery, Lana has curated numerous exhibitions and participated in art fairs around the world. Lana also curated and produced the first ever state museums exhibitions of Auguste Rodin in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg.

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