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Holly Andres: The Fallen Fawn - Robert Mann Gallery
In past show

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Rather than using her camera to capture pivotal moments as they occur in real life, Holly Andres carefully orchestrates stylized scenes, which she then suspends and shoots at the height of dramatic tension, seemingly moments before or after a major shift of events. Andres draws upon her childhood memories and female experiences to create her photographic narratives, which often unfold in domestic and suburban settings with children and young women as their main protagonists.

Selected exhibitions
2016
Holly Andres: The Fallen FawnJackson Fine Art
2015
Holly Andres: The Fallen FawnRobert Mann Gallery
2012
Holly Andres: The Fall of Spring HillRobert Mann Gallery
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Afterlight, Belmont House, 2015

Archival pigment print
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20 × 30 in
50.8 × 76.2 cm
Edition of 12
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28 × 42 in
71.1 × 106.7 cm
Edition of 3
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Location
New York
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Medium

Rather than using her camera to capture pivotal moments as they occur in real life, Holly Andres carefully orchestrates stylized scenes, which she then suspends and shoots at the height of dramatic tension, seemingly moments before or after a major shift of events. Andres draws upon her childhood memories and female experiences to create her photographic narratives, which often unfold in domestic and suburban settings with children and young women as their main protagonists.

Selected exhibitions (3)
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Other works from Robert Mann Gallery
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