Cynthia Greig is an artist, author and independent curator based in Detroit, MI. Her work explores the unique nature of the photographic image and its power to persuade and negotiate what we believe to be real or true. Recent solo exhibitions include Clark Gallery (Lincoln, MA), DNJ Gallery (Los Angeles), Witzenhausen Gallery (Amsterdam), UNO Art Space (Stuttgart) and the 2011 survey exhibition, Cynthia Greig: Subverting the (un)Conventional at Oakland University accompanied by a 70 page illustrated catalogue. Collections include the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, George Eastman House, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Smith College Museum of Art, Light Work among others. Co-author of the book, Women in Pants: Manly Maidens, Cowgirls and Other Renegades published by Harry N. Abrams, Greig recently curated the 2011 exhibition, For the Record: Andy Warhol’s Polaroids and Snapshots, 1974-1986 for Mott Community College in Flint, MI.
Posted on Wednesday, January 9, 2008.
Inspired by Edward Weston 1, 2008
Bringing in the Laundry, 2007
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