Sabine Mirlesse (MFA Photo ’09 ) exhibits in ‘Against Nature,’ May 15 – June 21, 2014 at Gallery HO

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Gallery HO
547 W 27th st. #208
New York, New York 10001

Curated by Grace Noh
Gallery HO is pleased to present “Against Nature,” an exhibition of recent photographic works by Sabine Mirlesse, Kechun Zhang, and Yichen Zhou, on display May 15 – June 21, 2014. From deserts in Inner Mongolia to glacier lakes in Iceland, the photographs in Against Nature showcase the vastness of nature. While nature itself is magnificent, the real focus of this exhibition is the presence of man in nature.

Sabine Mirlesse grew up between Los Angeles, California and New Haven, Connecticut in the United States. She holds an MFA in photography from Parsons the New School for Design. Mirlesse’s photographs have been the subject of features in The British Journal of Photography, Time Magazine’s Lightbox, Interview Magazine, The New Yorker, and Le Monde’s M magazine. Her work is often inspired by survival stories, the individual’s intimate connection to landscape, love and one’s life cycle, and the transcendent powers of collective memory. Her first monograph, a collection of images taken in Iceland between 2011 and 2013 entitled As if it should have been a quarry was released, in November 2013 with Damiani publishers and distributed by D.A.P. and includes an introductory essay by Eduardo Cadava. She now lives and works in Paris. Her next body of work is based in Armenia.

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