The gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition, Trine Søndergaard: A Reflection, which examines several images from recent bodies of work, alongside select pieces across previous series' by the artist. Such a vantage point creates a dynamic dialogue between past and present, a duality that is explored throughout much of Søndergaard's process and is a hallmark of her timeless style. Søndergaard’s work is marked by a precise sensibility that co-exists with a rigorous interrogation of the medium of photography and its boundaries. This is the fourth exhibition featuring Søndergaard's work with Bruce Silverstein Gallery. She is highly regarded for her formal depictions of contemporary women of all ages that define the concept of the “interior portrait”. In her newest series, she explores the notion of "a room inside", a phrase found in the diary of Franz Kafka, alluding to a private space that all humans possess. This cerebral room contains that which is not shared, or hardly thought. Søndergaard’s works are highly acclaimed for their ability to provide emotions with a kind of visibility. Her images become metaphors that intensify our perception of reality and invite quiet contemplation. Søndergaard was born in 1972 in Grenå, Denmark. She is a graduate of Fatamorgana, The Danish School of Art Photography, in Copenhagen. In 2000 she received the Albert Renger Patzsch Award, and was later awarded a three-year working grant from The Danish Arts Foundation. Søndergaard has had many international solo exhibitions at institutions including the National Museum of Art, Norway; The National Photo Institute of the Netherlands. Søndergaard has also exhibited extensively with Nicolai Howalt, with shows at the Maison de Danemark, Paris, the Fotografins Hus, Sweden and ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Denmark.Søndergaard’s work is held in several public collections worldwide, including the Israel Museum; Museum of Fine Art, Houston; Hasselblad Foundation, Sweden; Maison Européene de la Photographie, Paris; National Museum of Art, Norway; National Museum for Women in the Arts, England; National Museum of Photography, Denmark; Kiosato Museum of Photography, Japan; Danish Arts Foundation; and the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y Leon in Spain. The artist lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.