I’m honored to have been asked to participate in: Flash Forward Boston – The Gun Show, by curator Maja Orsic. Maja Orsic is Director of Robert Klein Gallery, a fine art photography gallery in Boston. Orsic studied Professional Writing and French & Francophone Studies at Carnegie Mellon University and worked in community programs and development at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, before starting at the gallery in 2010. With a background in writing, she is especially interested in the written word as it relates to photography; specifically, how artists choose to present themselves and their work. Director since 2013, Orsic works closely with artists and collectors, serving as a matchmaker for the two. She has recently placed works at the Fitchburg Museum of Art and the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art. She has been a regular participant at the annual portfolio reviews at the Rhode Island School of Design and juried the 2014 Yousuf Karsh Prize in Photography, awarded by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Orsic also runs the Instagram account @theselfiewareness, which is going to go viral any day now.
If you are in Boston during the festival please come and check it out!
The website for the show is: http://www.flashforwardfestival.com/exhibition/the-gun-show/
Other Artists include:
- Roswell Angier: gittermangallery.com
- Karl Baden: kbeveryday.blogspot.com
- Claire Beckett: clairebeckett.com
- Bill Burke: binhfoto.com
- Alejandra Carles-Tolra: alejandractr.com
- Jim Dow: jimdowphotography.com
- Cig Harvey: cigharvey.com
- Brian Kaplan: briankaplanphoto.com
- Forest Kelley: forestkelley.net
- Camilo Ramirez: camramirez.com
- Dayna Rochell: daynarochell.com
- Brian Ulrich: notifbutwhen.com
HAVE A LOOK AT THEIR WORK!!!
What a wonderful visit to Boston and Providence! Met up with old friends and mentors from RISD, Some folks from the VSC residency and a wonderful old friend from Cairo who’s now at Harvard. Attended ‘The Gun Show’ reception, and enjoyed meeting curator Maja Orsic and fellow exhibiting artist Brian Ulrich who now works in the RISD photography department and whose archive image is featured above!