Martha Camarillo, Big Al avec son cheval White Chick, Fletcher Street, Philadelphie, 2001-2010 ©Martha Camarillo Courtesy of Polka Galerie
The exhibition is devoted to “Cavaliers of Fletcher Street” of whom Martha Camarillo has also produced a short feature film and a photo exhibition, also presented in the Polka Gallery. Martha Camarillo is a Texas-born American photographer, living in New York. She has portrayed the young and the urban culture from her country.
In 2004 she published “Remote Photos”, her first photographic book, with the stylist Avena Gallagher, a book in which teenagers portray themselves using a camera. But Martha has also photographed fashion. In 2001 she obtained the prize in the Festival International de la Mode in Hyères and the Prize for the best Art Director in 2002. Martha Camarillo’s features and photographs are often published in magazines such as Newsweek, Numero and the New York Times.
Correspondent at the Institut de France
Until May 21st
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