Keren Moscovitch

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Keren Moscovitch lives and works in New York City where she teaches at the School of Visual Arts. She received a BA from Georgetown University in 2000 and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2005. Her work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, both in the US and abroad, including the Art + Commerce Festival of Emerging Photographers which traveled worldwide in 2006 and exhibitions at I-20 Gallery, Foley and Sasha Wolf Galleries, SLAG Gallery, Studio 150, Vlepo Gallery, the Slap-and-Tickle Gallery and the Kinsey Institute. Her recent work explores intimacy and sexuality within the context of nontraditional relationships and lifestyles. She is publishing her first monograph this spring and is raising funds through Kickstarter where contributors can preorder a copy of the book.

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