Katy Grannan discovered a passion for photography early in life, after her grandmother gave her a Kodak Instamatic 124.
She was first recognized for an intimate series of portraits depicting strangers she met through newspaper advertisements.
The Nine, Grannan’s first feature film, is an intimate, at times disturbing, view into an America most would rather ignore. The film is less a window into a foreign world than a distorted mirror reflecting our own, shared existence.
Grannan’s photographs are included in collections such as the Guggenheim Museum, MOMA, SFMOMA, and LACMA. There are 5 monographs of her work.
Tuesday, January 24 at 2:00pm to 4:00pm