Lois Greenfield: Moving Still
Lois's new exhibit, featuring her latest series entitled "One to One".
International Urban Image Festival (IUIF), Shenzhen, China 国际城区影像节
Exhibition Opening: September 24, 7-9pm, Futian Cultural Art and Art Exhibition Hall, 1st Floor, Shenzhen, China 福田文化馆1 樓
Exhibition Open From: September 24- October 22, 2016,
Lois gives live talk: September 25, 7pm, Paiyi Art Space in OCT Art Zone, Shenzhen, China
Diaghilev P.S. International Festival ofthe Arts
Exhibit - November 20- December 10, 2o16
Location - Sheremetev palace, St Petersburg, Russia
Jacob's Pillow Dance
Exhibit - June 18-August 28th, 2016. Open daily, noon through final curtain; FREE
Location - Blake's Barn at Jacob's Pillow. 358 George Carter Rd, Becket, MA 01223
Lois's talk & book signing - Jacob's Pillow Blake's Barn. Member's Day, Fri, Aug 12, 2016, 5pm
For more information please visit www.jacobspillow.org
or call 413-243-9919
RECENT PAST EXHIBITIONS
“Resonating Fields” brings together a definitive array of Greenfield's pioneering work and encompasses incomparable images of the precision and power of the human body. For this traveling exhibition, the images are collected into series that together transcend any one fixed single image. Each gallery becomes a resonant field of forms and figures, phrases and rhymes, and themes and configurations, forming, shifting structures of concept and design. This presentation of Greenfield’s oeuvre brings a fresh perspective and new interpretation to her classic Black and White work.
2014 – Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art, Midland, MI
2013 – Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts, Jacksonville, FL
2012 – MUZEO, Anaheim, CA
2011 – Historic City Hall Arts and Cultural Center, Lake Charles, LA
2009 – Mikimoto Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2008 – Webber Center Gallery, Ocala, FL
2006 – Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, FL
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Dancing on Paper
Photographs of Ballet Tech By Lois Greenfield
Choreography by Eliot Feld
“Dancing on Paper” is Lois Greenfield’s first exhibit dedicated to the work of a single choreographer. It celebrates her long-time collaboration with Eliot Feld and his dance company Ballet Tech.
Many of the twenty-six photographs on view at the Huashan Creative Park, feature recent images of Wu-Kang Chen, who first joined Ballet Tech in 2001 and then co-founded the first all-male Taiwanese dance company HORSE in 2005.
2013- Huashan Creative Park, Taipei, Taiwan