Tina Freeman: Artist Spaces Panel Discussion

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Ogden Museum of Southern Art says
On March 28, 2015 at 3pm the Ogden Museum of Southern Art will host a panel discussion moderated by Bradley Sumrall, Curator of the Collection, with Tina Freeman, Morgan Molthrop and several of the artists included in the exhibition Tina Freeman: Artist Spaces.

On March 7, 2015, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art opened the exhibition, Tina Freeman: Artist Spaces. This exhibition contextualizes Freeman’s images of artists’ studio spaces with masterful examples of each artist’s work. Beautiful objects in their own right, the photographs become windows into the history of the objects, and into the creative soul of their makers.

Born in New Orleans, Tina Freeman is a photographer of landscapes, architecture, portraits and interiors. Artist Spaces is a continuation of Freeman’s interest in photographing artists in their spaces that began with shooting her friend, Andy Warhol, in a Paris apartment in 1975. In 2005, Freeman bought her first SLR digital camera, and asked the New Orleans artist, George Dureau, if she could document his Dauphine Street studio. After seeing the results, she decided to make a personal project of documenting New Orleans artists’ spaces. With this body of photographs, Tina Freeman documents the working spaces of twenty-one New Orleans artists. In 2014, Artist Spaces was published by University of Louisiana at Lafayette Press. With text provided by friend and long-time collaborator, Morgan Molthrop, this publication sheds new light on the artists’ work and process. Each of the twenty-one artists included invested their aesthetic into the spaces where they work, and Freeman’s intuitive eye masterfully portrays the spirit of each place.
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By: Ogden Museum of Southern Art

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