|Center for Creative Photography lobby (photo from University of Arizona)|
Tucson was also quite an experience in and of itself, especially since I have never spent any time in the southwestern part of the country. The Kartchner Caverns, Mount Lemmon, and the Sonora Desert Museum were all highlights, as was simply experiencing the desert and the completely different speed of life in Tucson.
|Sunset from the top of Mount Lemmon|
|At the Sonora Desert Museum|
Back on the East Coast, my photograph Corinne and Travis opened last week in the exhibition Queer Me at the LGBT Center in New York. Below are a few photos from the exhibition, which is up through March 31st if you happen to be in the NY area.
|Hunter O'Hanian of MassArt in front of my photo|
|Installation shot of my work|
I am packing up these three photographs to send to Albright College in Reading, PA for the exhibition Gender Matters/Matters of Gender which opens on March 24th and runs through April 20th. This exhibit was curated by Judith Tannenbaum, the Curator of Contemporary Art at the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design. I am thrilled to be included in this exhibition along with many other wonderful artists, including my friend and fellow Boston artist Ria Brodell. It has certainly been a busy year for both making and exhibiting work about gender for my project Transcendence.
|Self-portrait with mom, 2005|
|Julee in drag, 2006|
And lastly, for the next month, I'll be busy printing for my upcoming exhibition at Gallery Kayafas, which opens on April 15th and runs through May.
|Printing the middle panel of "Amiee in her piercing shop" for the show|
Hope to see you there!