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Lauren Marsolier, Lake, Photograhy

Lauren Marsolier


Lake, 2006

Archival Pigment Print

20x20 inches (circa 51x51 cm)

Edition of 7

Titled, signed, numbered, and dated on the verso


Retail Price: $2,400

Until Dec. 23rd, 2017: $2,040


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About Lauren Marsolier

In a world where photographs are taken and shared in an instant, Lauren Marsolier’s images go through many stages and possibilities before finding their definitive form. Created from multiple photographs captured in a variety of locations, each composition is shaped slowly, over time, layer by layer, through trial and error. This approach allows her to represent the world photographically without showing a specific

place, focusing instead on a mental experience. Her landscapes are ambivalent, familiar and yet not identifiable. The work constructs an experiential bridge between self and environment, blending the physical landscape with the landscape of the mind.

Marsolier currently lives and works in Los Angeles. Her work is included in the collections of institutions such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Center for Creative Photography and the Phoenix Art Museum. It has been reviewed in such magazines as Artforum, Blouin Artinfo, Collectors Daily and Musee Magazine. Her 2015 monograph Transition published by Kerber Verlag received International Photography Awards 2015 First Prize in the Fine Art Book category. She is represented by the Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco and by Galerie Richard in New York and in Paris, where she is currently showing her series "Dislocation" through December 23.

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