Alex Emmons grew up in rural upstate New York, near the village of Middleburgh and close to the Catskill Mountains. She received her Bachelor of Arts at Denison University in 1996 and Master of Fine Arts in Photography at Arizona State University in 2005. As primarily a lens-based artist, Alex’s creative research incorporates photo-media for its various outcomes. Conceptually she surveys ideas related to domestic space, displacement, and the space “in between”. Alex is represented by Alan Klotz Gallery in New York City. Alex is the a member of the Photography Faculty & MFA Coordinator for the Photography Department at Santa Fe University of Art & Design, where she is gathering maps and preparing for Journeys, a collaborative project with Giancarlo Gonzalez among others.
Posted on Monday, March 30, 2009.
One-Room Schoolhouse, 2007
Microburst storm over Burroughs Creek , 2009
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