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FRAMES Photography Podcast with David Ricci

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast, W. Scott Olsen is talking to David Ricci, a self-taught American photographer.

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Early in his career David Ricci became intrigued with the work of the New Topographics and New Color photographers who influenced his work for decades to come. He has produced several bodies of work that address human presence in deserted  environments and reveal an underlying order in chaotic landscapes. He often employs complex visual structures and visual motifs that allow his large-scale prints to resonate with gesture, rhythm, and pattern. His current project, Hunter/Gatherer marks a major shift in process, subject matter, and presentation.

Ricci was the recipient of the Annual Curator’s Award from The Center for Photographic Arts and was longlisted for the Aesthetica Prize in the UK. His photographs have been exhibited and acquired by several museums including Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Harvard Art Museums, Winnipeg Art Gallery, The Hyde Collection, Fleming Museum, DeCordova Museum, and Smith College Museum of Art among others. His monograph, EDGE, published in November, 2022 by Fall Line Press, was awarded the Gold Prize in Photography from Foreword Reviews magazine. The photographer is represented by Bernay Fine Art and Iris Gallery of Fine Art.

David lives in the Berkshire Hills in western Massachusetts with his wife Lori Warner.

David Ricci – Olivia Rafael
David Ricci – Lawnmower
David Ricci – Trimpers
David Ricci – Which Winch
David Ricci – Mary & Marilyn
David Ricci – Attention
David Ricci – Interchangeable

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Comments (1):

  1. Richard Speel

    November 25, 2023 at 07:59

    I like to take photos of our neighborhood & the weather, too!

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