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Lauren Marsolier was born in Paris, France, and now lives in Los Angeles. The images in her Transition series address the psychological experience of transition and our conflicting relationship to a world that is becoming increasingly fast-paced and dematerialized. She has been the recipient of the 2013 Houston Center for Photography fellowship award, and will have a solo exhibition this spring. She received the 2012 Photo Center Northwest first place award, and was part of the Humble Art Foundation 2012 selection of “31 Women in Art Photography” exhibited at the Hasted Kraeutler gallery in New York. She is also part of the major exhibition 'Landmark' currently on view at the Somerset House in London, UK. Her images are among American Photo Magazine’s Best of 2012, and the British Journal of Photography featured her as one of 20 photographers to watch in 2013. She is represented by the Robert Berman gallery in Los Angeles.
Posted on Thursday, July 5, 2012.
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Alfred Brush Park, 2012
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