Boston photographer, Paolo Morales, is at the beginning of what looks to be a long and significant career in photography. A BFA candidate at the Art Institute of Boston, he has already exhibited work at the Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum and Howard Greenberg Gallery, among others. In 2008, he had his first solo exhibition Notes on Personality, at the Trevor Day School in New York. This April, he is co-curating an exhibition entitled Select Gender, featuring emerging photographers at the Farmani Gallery in Brooklyn. Paolo divides his time between New York and Boston.
Paolo has a natural affinity for portraiture, especially portraits of women. He has several projects that feature women, either friends or strangers that look as if they just fell out of a painting . I have pulled images from a variety of projects, including Women Studies, Fleeting Encounters, and Portraits.
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