Lori Nix,  Violin Repair Shop
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Lori Nix

Violin Repair Shop, 2011
From the The City series
Website - LoriNix.net

Lori Nix (b. 1969) was raised throughout the Midwest and holds advanced degrees in ceramics and photography. A landscape photographer at heart, she has been building and photographing complex dioramas in her Brooklyn, New York apartment for over a decade. Her work has been shown across the United States with exhibitions at ClampArt Gallery, New York, NY, The George Eastman House, G. Gibson Gallery in Seattle, WA, Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA, the California Museum of Photography, and the Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago. Her series The City was exhibited in its entirety at the Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio this past winter.
 

Posted on Friday, April 6, 2012.

 

 

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