“Altered States” exhibition reviewed in Le Journal de la Photographie

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Jonas Cuénin reviewed “Altered States” in Le Journal de la Photographie today. To read the full article visit: http://lejournaldelaphotographie.com/entries/11129/karine-laval-altered-states.

Also featured in Le Journal de la Photographie today is a short version of the video “State of Flux” as shown at MoMA on April 7th as part of “Abstract Currents”, an interactive video event exploring abstract forms in conjunction with the exhibitions “Inventing Abstraction, 1910-1925” and “Abstract Generation: Now in Print”, both of which took on the heyday of Modernist abstraction in the early 20th century.
To view the short version of the video: http://lejournaldelaphotographie.com/archives/by_date/2013-05-06/11292/karine-laval-s-video-state-of-flux.

The full length video is now on view at Bonni Benrubi Gallery as part of my exhibition “Altered States” until May 24th.

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About karinelaval

Karine Laval has been is a French artist living and working in New York. She works primarily with photography and video and shares her time between New York and Europe, alternating magazine and client assignments with an artistic practice, wherein she combines portraiture with images of geographical locations and visual narratives. Her work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, New York, The New Yorker, Elle, Eyemazing, among others. Her work is exhibited worldwide in galleries and festivals. Laval was selected by Photo District News’ (PDN) 30 Emerging Photographers in 2005. Bonni Benrubi gallery in New York City currently represents her.
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