Selected exhibitions curated from 2014 - present.

Locating Place: Selections from the PRC Holdings

December 23, 2019 – January 24, 2020 at the Photographic Resource Center

Meditating on landscape, Locating Place links together images from the PRC’s holdings.

Utilizing photography’s penchant for reflecting reality, these artists frame views that explore the intersection of people and places. Temporal meditations nod towards the photographic tradition of picturing the land while simultaneously revealing subtle manifestations of human presence. Some of the pictured places are human-altered while others are human-made. Others reveal coordinates that point towards the ethereal instead the grounded and create charged psychological spaces within which narratives unfold.

In the hands of these artists, the tradition of landscape photography is expanded. The photograph becomes more than just a document: it is a site of inquiry into the ever evolving relationship between people and the places they inhabit.

Best Photo Picks January 2020 on What Will You Remember?

Bremner Benedict
Barbara Bosworth
Jim Dow
Jesseca Ferguson
Frank Gohlke
David Hilliard
Michael Kenna
David Levinthal
Alex Maclean
Laura McPhee
Matt Siber
Bradford Washburn


May 28 – August 11, 2019 at the Photographic Resource Center

Transmutations is an exhibit of six artists who deconstruct, manipulate and adorn photographs to foreground the centrality of human touch in the communication of photographic meaning.

Indexical abilities create the illusion that the photograph is an accurate record of the world. But as pictures pass from person to person, their meanings transpose: each individual brings their own set of information and assumptions to the image. Tracing what happens in this interchange, the six artists in Transmutations record performative gestures encoded into images.

Review at What Will You Remember?

Caleb Cole
Dell M. Hamilton
S. Billie Mandle 
Courtney Nimura & Trevor Powers
Larry C. Volk

Building a Lineage

January 6 – January 29, 2017 at the Piano Craft Gallery
Co-curated with Allison Cekala

History is built through rhizomatic connections fostered between peers, teachers, colleagues and friends. Building a Lineage explores these connections through a case study of seven photographers. Formal connections reveal influences as much as conceptual connections reveal the emotional tenures of friendships. The process of influence is organic; it is impossible to separate out whom is a teacher, a friend, a colleague.

Boston Globe Critic's Pick for January 13, 2017

Tara Butler
Allison Cekala
Jodie Goodnough
Defne Kirmizi
Molly Lamb
Sarah Pollman
Sadie Wechsler

Left Behind

October 15 – November 19, 2016 at the Dorchester Art Project

Left Behind explores the physical and emotional detritus of what remains when we subtract.  Through painting, photography and printmaking, the works will consider visual resonances of the forgotten and left behind.

Sarah Meyers Brent
Frances Jakubek
Rachel Loischild
Chris Maliga
Deborah Sosower


November 13- December 11, 2015 at the Dorchester Art Project

Mimic explores the relationship between representation and reality, looking specifically at how fantasy, storytelling and the constructed narrative shift the connection between the world and how we picture it.

Cori Champagne
Eileen Derosas
Kevin Frances
Lindsay Metivier
Vanessa Michalak

The Persistence of Memory

October 2 - October 31, 2015 at the Dorchester Art Project

With a nod towards Dali’s surrealist work and the Freudian notions that underlie it, this exhibit examines the fluidity of time and memory through photography, painting and video.

Tara Goldberg
Jodie Goodnough
Siobhan Landry

Flash of an Instant

April 5-May 9, 2014 at the New Art Center in Newton
Co-curated with Caitie Moore

Flash of an Instant examines the ability of photography and video to accurately index the environments around us while questioning basic spacial and temporal assumptions.

Boston Globe Review here.

Mark Dorf
Pablo Gnecco
John C. Gonzalez and Thomas Willis
Sharon Harper
Sam A. Harris
Anne Lilly
Robin Myers
John Steck Jr.


2012-2014; online at

3200K is a project devoted to printed matter and analog photography. It featured works made with light-based media employing traditional analog photographic methods. Published weekly online and several times a year in print form, 3200K created exhibition and networking opportunities for emerging artists.

New England Journal of Aesthetic Research review here

44 artists participated over the course of the 2 years. A full list can be found on the website.

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