Edie Bresler is a photographer with a keen interest in American values. Her most recent project focuses on the places and people caught in the wake of a winning lottery jackpot. Her work has been featured in Slate Magazine, Photo District News, Lenscratch, Business Insider, Esquire Russia, and on PBS Greater Boston. She is a Critical Mass finalist 2016 and 2014 with solo exhibitions at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Boston Center for the Arts, Davis Orton Gallery, and Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography in California, and numerous group exhibitions. Edie writes regularly for Photograph Magazine and leads the photography program at Simmons College in Boston. She earned a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, NYC and an MFA from LUCAD, Boston. Bresler’s photographs are in the collections of the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Polaroid, and the Whitehead Institute. She gratefully acknowledges funding from Simmons College Faculty Fund for Research, Massachusetts Cultural Council, and the Somerville Arts Council.

All photographs are archival digital pigment prints made on Canson Baryta photographique paper. Prints are editioned and available in two sizes:

14" x 21" edition of 15, with 2 artist proofs

24" x 36" edition of 10, with 2 artist proofs

The series of images called Tickets talking, are made by hand-cutting letters from discarded instant scratch tickets and using an  archival glue to permanently affix them to an archival pigment print. 

14" x 21", edition of 10 (each one is unique akin to a monoprint)

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