Photography Re-Imagined V: The Artist’s Hand
Tilt gallery’s 5th annual “Photography Re-Imagined: the Artist’s Hand” juried show of one-of-a-kind mixed media photographic imagery features 33 art pieces, which have been selected by the prominent photographer, Holly Roberts, out of 385 entries.
About the Juror: Holly Roberts’ first national exposure came in 1989 with the publication of the monograph, Holly Roberts, from the Untitled Series published by the Friends of Photography. Although her work has always been based on the photograph, it is the inclusion of paint that makes it distinct. Her recent works develop a narrative scene with collaged photographic elements, making use of familiar or iconic stories to address tougher questions about man’s effect on the land and the animals that inhabit it. In 1990, Nazraeli Press published Holly Roberts: Works 1989-1999, and in 2009, Holly Roberts: Works 2000-2009. Her work is held by more than 30 museums and universities. A dedicated teacher as well as a prolific artist, she has had a profound effect on a community of artists around the country. She lives in the Southwest.