When a person is gracefully present in front of a camera, gaze direct, without a trace of self-consciousness, it is a gift to the photographer who then disappears.
A portrait is an invitation to connect with the viewer. With the magic of light, it becomes poetry in black & white.
– Mandy Vahabzadeh
This January, Anita Rogers Gallery will present an exhibition of photographs by Mandy Vahabzadeh. The exhibition will include a selection of images from a period spanning almost thirty years, taken in India, Laos and Vietnam. The work will be on view at 15 Greene Street, Ground Floor in SoHo, New York from January 8 through February 8, 2020.
Mandy Vahabzadeh is a Swiss American photographer of Persian origin residing in New York City. She attended Pratt Institute, Columbia University and Parsons School of Design. Her photographs have been exhibited in New York City, Aspen, Santa Monica and Atlanta. This will be the artist’s debut show with the gallery.
Visit the artist’s page at Anita Rogers Gallery.