based in Kingston, NY
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Anna Leigh Clem is an artist working with photography and other mediums to explore and portray her unconscious ruminations. Compelled by the secret worlds inherent in memories, dreams, and...
I am excited to announce that I am on the short list for the ChromaLuxe X Lucie Foundation Fine Art Scholarship! The winner will be announced on February 20th and will receive $3000 as well as inclusion in the 10th Year Anniversary group show at Month of Photography Los Angeles.
Reading Room will transform Venice Arts into a space for exploration and engagement with a wide variety of work by photographic artists working in the book form. From bookworks independently published by artists to interactive book installations and fine press publications, Reading Room will bring together the centers and margins of the world of the photo book today, and offer audiences a space to contemplate and investigate the photographic book form.
Participating Artists include:
Adam Ryder, Adriana Monsalve, Albertina d’Urso, Alexander Scott, Aline Smithson, Aliocha Merker, Ana Paula Estrada, Anna Leigh Clem, Anna Mia Davidson, Ara Oshagan, Baptiste Giroudon, Blair Kitchener, Daniel Castro Garcia & Thomas Saxby / John Radcliffe Studio, Penny Wolin, Ejen Chuang, Hiroshi Okamoto, Jeffrey Dragon, Jesse Burke, Ken Light, Kristin Capp, Kurt Simonson, Lara Shipley & Antone Dolezal, Leo Garcia, Lev Tsimring, Mark Purdom, Miska Draskoczy, Nathalie Déposé, Patrick Fraser, Petra Barth, Photographer Hal, Richard S. Chow, Sascha Kraus, Sebastian Copeland, Shantel Liao, and Toni Greaves.
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 21, 3-6pm at Venice Arts, 1702 Lincoln Blvd, Venice CA 90291.
Exhibition Dates: The exhibition will be on view January 7-29, 2017.
The Common Sense(s) exhibition at The Center for Photography at Woodstock has moved on to the Photo-Bookworks Symposium at Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY! The Symposium is from June 23-25, but the exhibition is up May-July where you will find my zine "grounded" on display.
While my books stay behind in NY, I will be exploring the country's natural wonders for four months with cameras in tow. Stay tuned, as I will be posting irregular updates on my blog and instagram. Have an exciting and inspiring summer!
I'm excited to announce that "grounded" has been chosen as 1 of 4 Best of Show in PHOTOBOOK 2015, a group exhibition of 35 books at Davis Orton Gallery in Hudson, NY and Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA! At Davis Orton Gallery I will also have several framed prints of work from the book.
I am also proud to be a part of the 2015 FotoVisura Grant Exhibition at GuatePhoto Festival this year! Too bad I can't attend that opening...
After a successful Kickstarter campaign for the printing of my zine grounded, I now have copies for sale online! Please visit the "Purchasables!" section of my website if you're interested in getting your own copy.
"I have drawn between the photographs to continue the line from fact to fiction, indulging my imagination which grows more vivid as the memories fade."
We are in the last week of a 30-day Kickstarter campaign for the printing of my zine "grounded". Happy to report that funding is at 80%, but we need a little more support to push us up and over. To see more spreads from the zine, please visit my website. I hope you'll consider contributing and/or sharing, anything helps!
"Teenaged years are laden with fear, wonder, and self-doubt. In attempt to dissect that strange age as well as cope with my own bittersweet nostalgia, I have put together my first zine."
I have officially launched a Kickstarter for my photo zine "grounded", which explores the landscape between childhood and adulthood by recalling my experience. If funded, it will be my first solo publication to be printed! Please take a look, consider, and enjoy!
Hello all, this is my first news post. Welcome! I am sorry to not have written sooner, 2015 has proven to be busy with a new studio assistant job whilst I strive to keep up with my own work...you know how it is. A fresh series and zine are in the works, but mostly I am working to tie loose ends. Keep an eye out for the launch of my Kickstarter campaign for the publication of my zine "grounded"! In the meantime, I have updated my series "It will become something" with the addition of new drawings. Enjoy, and stay tuned.