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MAR 1 / MAR 31.01

Catherine Chalmers

Catherine Chalmers is a New York-based photographer whose pristine, graphic images of insects and small animals participating in the food chain are presented in stunning forty by sixty inch prints.  Caterpillars eating tomatoes, frogs eating praying mantises, praying mantises having sex (and eating their mates):  all come under the view of her lens.  In recent months she has exhibited in New England at Mass MOCA; at The Corcoran Museum in Washington, DC; at COCA, Seattle; at PS1 in New York; and in galleries in Long Beach, New York, Portland, London, and Vienna.
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ArtNrew Feb. 2001
Click above to read about Chalmers in the February 2001 ArtNews. 

Read a profile of Chalmers from the Austin American Statesman

Robert Ziebell
Robert. Ziebell is a photographer and filmmaker living in Castroville, Texas.  His large prints are of dramatically lit fruits and vegetables seen against vibrantly patterned backgrounds. Suspended in space or cut into pieces, the familiar objects assume a mysterious narrative.  Ziebell's work has been exhibited at the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; The Galveston Arts Center; Diverse Works, Houston; and in galleries in Phoenix, Chicago, Dallas, Santa Fe and Portland. 

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Read about "The Cezanne of fruit for the 21st century" from the Daily Texan

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