Holden Luntz Gallery has conducted a series of discussions with many of the contemporary photographers that it represents. They are original interviews that cannot be found anywhere else.
The thirty-second edition to the continuing series, “Dialogues with Great Photographers,” is a conversation with Karen Knorr.
Karen Knorr’s work has developed a critical and original dialogue with documentary photography, using different visual and textual strategies to explore subject matter that examines various cultural and social presuppositions. Her pictures call into question our assumptions of reality and how we live in and use domestic spaces, as well as how we relate to the greater world of nature. She often uses animals as metaphors of the “natural world” as opposed to civilization. In her constructed photographs she creates complex, rich and seductive statements.
To read the interview: Karen Knorr
Holden Luntz Gallery
332 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, Florida 33480 USA
December 22, 2018 to December 22, 2018