Stacy Renee Morrison

Artist, Photographer, 19th Century Detective
   
Half-Way (Photographs)
Location: New York City
Nationality: American
Biography: Stacy Renee Morrison often forgets what century it is.  She finds herself haunted by woman who lived their own lives well before her own. They will not let her go nor will she let herself go. These women of the past might be seen as an... MORE
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Half-Way (Photographs)
Copyright Stacy Morrison 2022
Date of Work Dec 1969 - Ongoing
Updated Aug 2021
Topics 19th century women, Abandonment, Auschwitz, Beauty, Black and White, Conceptual, Design, Documentary, Emotion, Exposing History, Faith, Fear, Film Stills, Fine Art, Historical Art Project, Holocaust, Landscape, Mixed Medium, Multimedia, Photography, Poland, Portraiture, school girls, School/College, Spotlight, Still life, Teens

Half-Way to the Rail Station in the Hot Summer Weather


This series is an elegy to the lives and deaths of my great-aunts who perished in the Holocaust.  The title is drawn from an essay by Virginia Woolf describing her own great-aunt, Julia Margaret Cameron in a 1926 publication of her photographs.  Schoolgirls in Rypin, Poland from the 1920's pair with storm clouds taken at Auschwitz on July 28, 2015.





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