Siri Kaur lives in Los Angeles, spends her summers in Maine, and when she’s not teaching photography, she travels the world. She brings a unique tool belt to photography, having received her MFA from CalArts, her MA in Italian Studies and BA in Comparative Literature from Smith College. Her work is varied and intelligent, with a number of projects that explore portraiture in significant ways.
Siri is about to open an exhibition, Know Me For the First Time, at Blythe Projects in Culver City (Los Angeles) on October 29th and runs through December 17th. This new project of unrelated, yet connected images, is a personal exploration of people and places, gestures and moments that allow for a personal narrative.
Images from Know Me for the First Time
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Hiroshi Watanabe: KWAIDAN: Stories and Studies of Strange ThingsSeptember 17th, 2019
Heather Evans Smith: AlterationsSeptember 16th, 2019
Adam Jahiel: The States Project: WyomingSeptember 12th, 2019
Shannon Davis: I Got Somethin’ To Show YouSeptember 4th, 2019