Art Love: Liz Nielsen at SOCO Gallery

Happy Monday!

Let’s spice it up with a little Art Love featuring talented Brooklyn Artist, Liz Nielsen.

She is as kind as she is insanely creative with her innovative photographic medium.  

I had the pleasure of seeing her recent show at Charlotte’s SOCO Gallery. 

Check out a few favorites…

Liz Nielsen (b. 1975, American) is an experimental photographer based in both Brooklyn and Newburgh, NY. She received her Master of Fine Arts from the University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, and her Bachelor of Arts from Seattle University, Seattle, WA. Nielsen’s innovative practice upends the traditional method of analog photography. Working in the darkroom, she exposes light sensitive paper and processes it through conventional photographic chemicals, creating “light-paintings” by way of camera-less photography. Taking shapes from landforms, her photograms depict an evanescent moment of an unnamed place, giving rise to conversations of temporality, transformation, and the physical world.

Recent solo exhibitions include Danziger Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Miles McEnery Gallery, New York, NY; Black Box Projects, London, United Kingdom; 12.26 Gallery, Dallas, TX, and SOCO Gallery, Charlotte, NC.

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