Irina Rozovsky: Interior States
One of the thrilling female American photographers will give insights into her work.
Irina Rozovsky (born in the USSR and raised in the US), makes photographs of people and places, transforming external landscapes into interior states. Her work has been published, exhibited, and awarded internationally, with a recent series currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. She is Assistant Professor of Photography at Massachusetts College of Art. Books like Island in my Mind on Cuba and One to Nothing on Israel are remarkable examples for the the poetic qualities of one of the thrilling female American photographers. “To relate to another person, just for a second—that’s the only thing I’m really interested in,” she says. “Every photo I make that’s not of a person has something in the frame that’s standing in for a person.”