Molly Landreth explores concepts of identity and community through intimate large-format film photography and multimedia collaboration. She has exhibited and spoken about her work at the Seattle Art Museum Gallery, the Jen Bekman Gallery, Leslie/Lohman Gallery and Kathleen Cullen Fine Art in New York as well as many other institutions and festivals internationally. Landreth was the recipient of the Robert Giard Memorial Fellowship and named one of Humble Art Foundation’s Top 31 Emerging Art Photographers. Her work has been featured in the New York Times Lens Blog, Time Magazine’s LightBox, LeMonde, The Guardian and The Advocate. Her editorial clients include The New Yorker, Newsweek and Marie Claire. Landreth earned an MFA in Photography,Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in New York and a BA in Studio Art from Scripps College in California. She is based in Seattle and is faculty at Photo Center Northwest.
Posted on Wednesday, May 21, 2008.
Snakes On My Childhood Bed, 2007
Mule Deer, 2006
Surgeon with molds of hands he has repaired, 2002
Spruce Gran Picea #0909-6B37 (9,550 years old; Fulufjället, Sweden), 2009
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