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Joyce Tenneson: Au-Dela
"I feel very strongly that the work I do is real and in an important sense of that word... Often I feel a little like I'm on the other side of the looking glass, like Alice in Wonderland. She crosses the threshold between the conscious and the unconscious. She explores that world. I think that's what is fascinating to me too. Opening up that door to what's beyond. . .In the end, as many artists, it's my soul that's on view."—Joyce Tenneson.


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Joyce Tenneson: Transformations Joyce Tenneson: Transformations
"Joyce Tenneson's ethereal photographs of the human figure--particularly the female figure--have been described as `mesmerizing, haunting, and truly beautiful.'. . . This is the first book to feature Tenneson's color work. Using a graceful, formal structure and sculpturesque subjects against painted backdrops, Tenneson creates enigmatic and sensuous images with a mythical quality. . . . The photographs speak to the fragility of life, its poignant beauty--and its pain."--the publisher.


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Joyce Tenneson: Photographs

Joyce Tenneson: Photographs
Joyce Tenneson's photographs are ephemeral and haunting. The original prints are made on 22x30¨ Arches Paper, handcoated with silver emulsion. The images reproduced here have been printed in duotone on uncoated stock to duplicate as nearly as possible the unusual quality of the originals. "These photographs spiral inside and outside at the same time. Tenneson evolves her own light—luminous, radiant, and clear. We shine in its reflection."—Duane Michals.


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