Sarah Small, Tears on Sara Liz
The Collection

Sarah Small

Tears on Sara Liz, New York City, 2008
Website - SarahSmall.com

Sarah Small was born in 1979 into a family of musicians. She fell in love with photography when she was 13. After graduating from RISD in 2001, Sarah moved to Brooklyn, where she currently lives and works. Her work has been published and exhibited extensively in the U.S. and internationally. Small has also been the recipient of numerous awards, recently being named by American Photo as one of the “Top 13 Emerging Photographers” working today. Concurrent to her still photographic works, Small is exploring The Delirium Constructions as living, breathing Tableau Vivant performances. This year she plans to complete production on a feature-length documentary film examining the human quest for intimacy and connection. When not creating visual art, Sarah sings and arranges vocal scores with her Balkan a Cappella quartet, Black Sea Hotel.

Posted on Tuesday, December 16, 2008.

 

 

Comments for this Photo

Share This Photo

From the Collection

Michael Lundgren, Untitled Michael Lundgren

Untitled, 2010

Spencer Murphy, Kate By The Lake Spencer Murphy

Kate By The Lake, 2008

Raimond Wouda, Ridderkerk II Raimond Wouda

Ridderkerk II, 2003

Michael Sebastian, Apartment building, northwest wall Michael Sebastian

Apartment building, northwest wall, 2011

SPONSOR FLAK PHOTO

Are you promoting a photography project? Share it with Flak Photo's global audience by placing a graphic advertisement in this space. For details about banner ads, media partnerships or other inquiries, contact editor Andy Adams »

Making Pictures of People - Recent Perspectives on Photographic Portraiture

HIGHLIGHTS

FlakPhoto Books of the Year 2014
Features
FlakPhoto Books of the Year 2014 35 recommended books of (and about) photography
Making Pictures of People — Recent Perspectives on Photographic Portraiture
News
Making Pictures of People — Recent Perspectives on Photographic Portraiture A collaboration with The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Looking at the Land — 21st Century American Views
News
Looking at the Land — 21st Century American Views A collaboration with Swink and Trapp Interactive
Exploring “The Pleasures of Good Photographs”
News
Exploring “The Pleasures of Good Photographs” A Flak Photo Discussion with Tom Griggs