Since the opening of her exhibition at Dina Mitrani Gallery, the College of Architecture + the Arts’ Adjunct Professor of Photography Peggy Levison Nolan has been featured in the Miami Herald, on Artforum, and in Nagari Magazine. All three media reported on her show entitled Tales in the Ground Glass: Adventures of a Badass Grandma. Some themes the media commented on were how the photographer seeks out the ordinary, and also examines innocence in her work. Dr. Alpesh K. Patel, Assistant Professor and Director of CARTA’s MFA Program in Visual Arts, wrote in his piece for Artforum, “…[C]risp works straddle the fine line between the ordinary and extraordinary in much the same way [some] others on view straddle innocence and its loss.”
To read the articles on Professor Nolan and her exhibition, click the following links: Miami Herald, Artforum, and Nagari Magazine.
Tales in the Ground Glass: Adventures of a Badass Grandma by Peggy Levison Nolan will run until Saturday, November 9th, at the Dina Mitrani Gallery, 2620 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33127. Nolan will give a lecture on her exhibition at the gallery on Wednesday, November 6th at 7:00PM.
The featured image above is “Untitled (stickers), 2011” by Peggy Levison Nolan.
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