Julieta Reynoso (Armory Teaching Artist)
Photography - C Print
17" x 21" (framed)
This work is framed.
Description: "This photograph is representative of my ongoing documentation of the urban landscape that has been the backdrop to much of my life. Where some might see blight or urban decay, I have often found things worthy of capture and preservation, things full of history, complexity, and beauty. I have found a subversive kind of pleasure, taking the more hostile elements of our city, barbed wire for example and transforming them into something that feels different, softer, and less menacing."
Artist bio: Julieta was born in Mexico City and raised in LA. She is an educator and fine artist. Her artistic practices include ceramics, graphic design, photography, and screen-printing. She has exhibited work in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Austin, Tijuana, and Mexico City and has collaborated on several mural projects throughout L.A. She has contributed to local zines, designed album graphics for local artists, and recently worked as a still photographer for a documentary on Cuban combat photographer, Perfecto Romero. Some of her earlier work, including this photo, was published in Graffiti Woman by Nicholas Ganz.
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