Edie Bresler is a 2017 recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council fellowship in Photography. Her photographs have most recently been exhibited at Gallery Kayafas, Griffin Museum of Photography, Boston Center for the Arts, the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Davis Orton Gallery, and Photoville, NYC. In addition her work resides in the permanent collections of the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, and the Danforth Museum of Art. Edie and her projects have been featured on Good Morning America, PBS Greater Boston as well as Photograph Magazine, Slate, Business Insider, Lenscratch, Photo District New and Esquire Russia. She earned a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, NYC and an MFA from LUCAD, Boston. She lives in Somerville, MA with her son and leads the Photography program at Simmons College.
Besides the MCC, Edie gratefully acknowledges additonal support from Simmons College Faculty Fund for Research 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 Tickets talking, are made by hand-cutting the letters from discarded instant scratch tickets and then affixing them to an archival pigment print using archival glue.
14" x 21", edition of 10 (each is unique like a monoprint)
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