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Online Artist Talk: Preston Gannaway
Tuesday, November 24, 1:00-2:00pm (PST)
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CPA is pleased to announce a special presentation with Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist, Preston Gannaway. She will discuss her long-term projects and how the landscape and individuals influence each other. Preston is also in our 2020 International Juried Show and will share some of her new Polaroid work that she’s been making during Shelter in Place.

Photo by Lexey Swall

Preston Gannaway is a Pulitzer Prize-winning documentary photographer and artist. For nearly 20 years, she has focused on intimate stories about American families and marginalized communities while addressing themes such as gender identity, class and our relationship to the landscape. Gannaway is best known for her long-term projects like Remember Me, which was awarded the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography.

In 2014 she released her first book, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, about the changing character of a seaside neighborhood in Virginia. She was a Light Work artist in residence in 2018 and a Pollner Distinguished Professor at the University of Montana in 2019.

In addition to long-term projects, she does editorial commissions for publications such as The New Yorker, California Sunday Magazine, Mother Jones and ESPN. Her photographs are held in both public and private collections and have been exhibited around the world. She is a regular lecturer and serves on the Board of Directors of Women Photograph. Born and raised in North Carolina, she is based in Sonoma County, California.

 

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