Hannah Price on photographing strangers and living without Facebook – next podcast on Artblog Radio


Hannah Price is the youngest artist included in the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s exhibit exhibit of local artists, Here and Now. She graduated in 2009 with a BFA in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology.  Right out of college she won an award in the Philadelphia Photo Art Center’s first emerging artist exhibit. After that, she’s been in group shows at Gallery 339 — remarkable for someone so young.  Price’s color photos, shot in film and printed digitally, show people, usually alone, in somber moments of quietude, often outside on the streets of Philadelphia.  Many of the works showcase the street scene as well as the person and seem less portrait-like than figure studies. We learned, among other things, that she deleted her Facebook page recently and never looked back. Hear the full episode next Monday.

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