Self-portraits features 1960’s and 50’s garments from my daily wardrobe acquired to celebrate having emerged from aspects of a long-term depression after a recent move from New York to Miami where the example and friendship of people helped reconfigure old patterns. The series also features unclad imagery. Nineteen-sixties fashion advertisements are references for modeling dresses, and both dressed and undressed poses are a mix of free-form experimentation and references to early 20th century studio photography. Some dresses have a label, others do not, and some are handmade. Photos are titled according to the information remaining on the garment pictured. For...
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