- Meg Birnbaum’s portfolio, Person/Persona was selected for exhibition in Texas Photographic Society’s online gallery by juror Chris Bennett, Founder and Director of Newspace Center for Photography, Portland OR. (above: Donna as Alexanderia the Great – escape artist extraordinaire and wife, mother and health club manager.) And, Meg was recently interviewed in Talking Writing in Judith A. Ross’s article, Opening Herself to the World. “Meg Birnbaum takes us into both the lives of her subjects in her series Person/Persona as well as her selected subjects’ impact on her.” AND her photograph of Jim Cook as John Quincy Adams appeared in the Boston Globe January 28, 2011.
- AND Meg will exhibit work from her portfolio Person/Persona at the Davis Orton Gallery, April 1 to May 8.
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This Summer, Meg Birnbaum’s Photographs North and South
Meg Birnbuam’s photographs Nest and Night Flight (left) are featured in Vermont’s Photoplace Gallery (north) and Cow Girl and Circle Swing at the Houston Center for Photography (South). Meg exhibited photographs from her series “Corn Dogs and Blue Ribbons” at the Davis Orton Gallery in 2009.
Meg Birnbaum exhibits in Kobe, Japan, SoHo, and San Francisco
Meg Birnbaum who exhibited at Davis Orton Gallery in September, 2009 is the featured photographer at Tanto Tempo Gallery and Cafe in Kobe, Japan, February 6 – March 21, 2010. She is showing work from two series: “Corn Dogs, Blue Ribbons …” and “Daylight Savings.” Meg creates her evocative black and white images using plastic toy cameras (Holgas and Dianas.) She will be giving an artist talk at the gallery on March 13.
Meg’s work has also been selected for exhibition in juried shows in SoHo and San Francisco. In SoHo, her photograph “Cheek to Cheek” will appear in Soho Photo Gallery’s 12th international Krappy Kamera competition, March 2 – April 3. In San Francisco a photograph will be featured in RayKo Photo Center‘s Third Annual Juried Plastic Camera Show.