Every two years, Danforth Art celebrates contemporary photography through a highly selective exhibition of innovative photography by both established and emerging artists who live or work in New England. The New England Photography Biennial 2015 is juried by Susan Nalband, Director of the 555 Gallery, Boston, and will be on view at Danforth Art September 9 – December 6, 2015.New England Photography Biennial 2015 Exhibition Catalog [PDF]
Susan Nalband is the founder and director of 555 Gallery in Boston. Nalband has over thirty years of experience as a photographer, an entrepreneur, and art consultant. 555 Gallery specializes in bringing the work of a growing number of emerging and established fine art photographers to collectors and buyers in Boston and internationally. Her interests are broad and include all genres of photography and an expanding interest in video art.
Recently Nalband has reviewed portfolios at New England Portfolio Reviews, Photolucida, RISD graduates and MFA candidates, and Critical Mass, and curated the Take 5 exhibition. She will soon review at Filter Photo Fest in Chicago and New England Portfolio Reviews.
Nalband was raised in Minneapolis, and was heavily influenced by her family’s love of art and artists, and by the Walker Art Center’s collection of 20th century art giants. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Minnesota in photography and journalism. Nalband is a member of the Board of Directors of Medicine Wheel Productions, and formerly the Board of Directors of the South Boston Association of Non-profits. She participates in a monthly photography print group and a film review group, and is a member of Friends of Photography at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
Picking up Selected Works: Return of works will be held on the dates and times as listed below. If you are unable to pick up work during these dates, please contact Curator Jessica Roscio at jlroscio [at] danforthart.org or 508-620-0050 x12 to make alternate arrangements.
Return of works will be held:
Sunday, December 6, 5-7 pm
Monday, December 7, 12-4 pm
Tuesday, December 8, 12-4 pm
Wednesday, December 9, 12-4 pm
Thursday, December 10, 12-4 pm
Friday, December 11, 12-4 pm