Carrie Will, Rikki and Carrie
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Carrie Will

Rikki and Carrie, Rikki's Bed, Brooklyn, 2009
From the I Am Redundant series
Website - CarrieWill.com

Carrie Will (b. 1979) is a photographer and a New York native. Her camera always seems to aim at people and the relationships in her life, especially the relationship she has with her twin sister, Rikki. Her photographs document and often exaggerate the space that lies between their similarities. Will holds a BFA from Purchase College, State University of New York and an MFA from Syracuse University. Photolucida named Carrie one of the top 50 photographers in 2012 via the Critical Mass competition. Will’s work is held in various permanent collections including the Smithsonian American Art Museum in DC and The University Art Museum in Albany, NY. Her work has also been shown in galleries nationally and internationally.

Posted on Monday, October 25, 2010.

 

 

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