I knew that something special was underway when I recieved e-mails from two of my favorite photographers in one day. Russell Joslin, publisher and editor of SHOTS Magazine, and Aaron Hobson, The Cinemascapest, alerted me to a new collective of seven photographers that “that dare to challenge the conventional language of self-portrait photography.” Seven Selves “demonstrates the beginning of infinite possibilities of self-portraiture, and elevates the significance of the artist with the pretension to become part of the pictorial narrative.”
The goal of the collective is to create a touring exhibition, to publicize the genre of self portraiture, and to create opportunities as a collective–opportunities that might have been too cost prohibitive as individual photographers.
The Feltus Brothers, American born, lives in Italy
Cornelia Hediger, Swiss born, lives in NYC
Aaron Hobson, Adirondack Mountains, NY
Russell Joslin, Minneapolis, MN
Suzanne Junker, German born, lives in Paris and Shanghi
Kate Pollard, Philadelphia, PA
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