Andrea Modica is part of an interesting collective show Crossing Lines at The Harvard Art Museums until January 2020.

"Crossing Lines" represents the socio-political and personal emotional salience of migration through diverse artistic mediums.

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Maude Arsenault: Commissaire, Artiste et Photographe à la recherche de l’autre

(voir.ca)

Dans ce balado : «Ce qui m’intéresse aujourd’hui [en photo], c’est l’adolescence; comment devient-on une femme libre, forte et assumée.»

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On veut savoir: comment collectionner les photos d’art

(bloomemtl.com)

Entretien avec la photographe Maude Arsenault, fondatrice de la galerie web The Print Atelier

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Interview avec Maude Arsenault, photographe et fondatrice d’une galerie The Print Atelier

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Maude Arsenault, photographe canadienne, explore la beauté féminine dans son développement à travers le temps ainsi que les questions de l’érotisme et de la sexualité liés à ce passage.

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Fresh Female Portraits and Nostalgic Travel Shots Feature in a Curated Selection of Contemporary Photography

(artsy.net)

Peart, a collector of “vernacular photography, old press photos with stamps and markings,” and photo books (“recently, I purchased books of Vera Lutter and Erwin Olaf’s work,” she mentions) curated a selection of photographs for The Print Atelier that span nostalgic travel snapshots, inventive views of New York City, and several dynamic portrayals of female figures. Regarding the works she chose, she explains, “I find some works to remind me of home, Kansas and the Midwest, horizon lines and open roads are elements I gravitate towards. Other times it is the basics of the composition, color, narrative, or simplicity that I find engaging.”

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The Print Atelier’s Online Photography Show Considers the Fast and Slow Passages of Time

(artsy.net)

With its group show “Rite of Passage,” online gallery The Print Atelier brings together the work of a diverse set of Canadian photographers who use the camera to explore the changes that characterize life. Above all, the images of people, objects, and urban and natural landscapes focus on the inexorable passage of time.

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