Speaker - Lois Greenfield

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Without tricks or manipulation of any kind, Lois Greenfield photographs the improbable, fleeting movements of bodies in motion. She began her career as a photojournalist, but was drawn to the graphic potential of dance. After photographing dress rehearsals for The Village Voice for ten years, she decided to open a studio where she could control not only the lighting, but also direct the dancers in her exploration of movement's expressive potential. She has created signature images for most of the major contemporary dance companies. Many of these images can be seen in virtually every major magazine, in her 1992 monograph, Breaking Bounds (Chronicle Books) as well as in her latest volume, Airborne (Chronicle, 1998). Her work is exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. She divides her time between fine art and advertising projects.

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Lois Greenfield: The Anticipatory Art Form of Photography

08.07.10 | 00:21:42 min | 0 comments