Katy Grannan, ‘Untitled (from the Poughkeepsie Journal)’, 1998, Sotheby's

Mounted, Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren Fine Art, New York, labels, one signed, dated, and editioned 'AP1' in ink, on the reverse, framed.

About Katy Grannan

Katy Grannan’s photographs range from classic portraiture of staid nudes in pastoral settings to street photography of down-and-out drag queens and prostitutes eager to be seen. Grannan’s documentary works, such as her portraits for the New York Times Magazine, incorporate details that amplify the humanity of her subjects and the painful circumstances they must abide. For example, Jeff Stackhouse (2000) features a teenager wearing prison stripes, standing abjectly amid the rusted furnishings of the adult penitentiary where he is incarcerated.

American, b. 1969, Arlington, Massachusetts, based in Berkeley, California