L.A. Residency Lecture: Artist Unknown by Oliver Wasow
Lecture presented by Oliver Wasow.
Oliver Wasow will present an overview of the various projects he's been involved with in his thirty-plus years in the art world working as a photographer, curator and teacher. Among the things he will discuss are his complicated relationship with new technologies, social media, authorship, ownership, irony, and his on-going, unsatisfied search for creative conviction.
Oliver Wasow is a fine art photographer currently living and working in Rhinebeck, NY. He received his BA from Hunter College and his Master’s Degree from the Transart Institute, In Austria. His work is currently represented by Theodore:Art Gallery in NYC. Wasow has had a number of one person exhibitions, including shows at the Josh Baer Gallery, Janet Borden Gallery, The Hilliard University Art Museum in Lafayette, LA, The South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art in North Carolina, and Galerie De Poche in Paris, France. His work has also been included in numerous national and international group shows, including such benchmark exhibitions as ‘Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop,’ at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, ‘Image World,’ at the Whitney Museum of Art in NYC, and ‘The Photography of Invention,’ at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.