(Photo credit: Natalia Engelhardt, Sasha)
Natalia Engelhardt, Juror’s Selection for the Center’s recent RED exhibition, dropped us a line to let us know that her work will be featured in two shows this July:
The 16th Griffin Museum Juried Exhibition; Griffin Museum of Photography
Engelhardt is the featured artist and winner of the Arthur Griffin Legacy Award chosen by juror Joerg Colberg. Colberg is the brilliance behind the fantastic photography blog Conscientious. Natalia’s work is also spotlighted in the Griffin’s Critics Pick Gallery online.
The show runs from June 30 – August 29, 2010 in Winchester, MA.
Soho Photo’s 15th Annual National Photography Competition Show
Selected by Jennifer Blessing, Curator of Photography at the Guggenheim.
The show runs from July 6 – August 7, 2010 at Soho Photo in New York.
Needless to say, we get pretty excited when past exhibitors keep us in the loop on new success. Rest assured we’ll be featuring more exhibitor updates as they roll in!
(Photo credit: Sasha, Moscow 2007 by Natalia Engelhardt)
Congratulations to Natalia Engelhardt, Juror’s Selection for the Center’s Red exhibition!
The Red exhibition, which opens today in the Center’s Main Gallery, was juried by Amber Terranova, Photo Editor at Photo District News. The Artists’ and Public Reception will be held on Friday, May 7, from 6 PM to 9 PM.
On Saturday, May 8, the Center is also hosting a jurors’ gallery talk with Amber Terranova and Katherine Ware. Click [HERE] for more information.
Natalia Engelhardt is a Russian photographer based in New York City. Her photographs are often portraits of strangers as well as people with whom she has a close relationship. She describes her award-winning photograph in her artist statement:
Sasha, Moscow 2007 is a photograph of a seventeen year old girl I had met on the street just minutes before this picture was taken. She was sitting on a bench, reading a book, her viola lying next to her. This photo is part of a series of portraits of kids that I met on the boulevard in central Moscow, the place that my friends and I had frequented growing up. I felt that this bit of personal history would help me make photographs of strangers more intimate.
More of Natalia’s work can be found at www.nataliaengelhardt.com