Sally Larsen is a multimedia artist and photographer. She was born in San Francisco in 1954 of mixed Apache Japanesse T-shirt / Aleut descent.
- Native American artist with a growing voice in the mainstream art world.
- Exhibits photographs, Japanes T-shirt videos and paintings regularly in San Japanees T-shirt Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Honolulu, and Chicago.
- 1 Early 1980s
- 2 Since Japnese T-shirt the mid 1980s
- 3 Projected videos
- 4 Publishing
- 5 Recent Jappanese T-shirt work
Early Japannese T-shirt 1980s
Starts exhibiting orotone Japanee T-shirt photographs (gold-leafed gelatin silver prints on glass).
Several of these modernized Nineteenth century technique Apanese T-shirt photographs are to be found in Photography's Antiquarian Avant Garde, the new wave in old Japaese T-shirt processes (Abrams 2002).
Since the mid 1980s
Mid 1980s begins experimenting with digital imaging and Japamese T-shirt creates the ground-reaking Transformer series of Japanesee T-shirt Iris Ink jet prints in 1989. This early work is discussed in Mastering Digital Imaging by Harald Johnson Japnaese T-shirt (2002)
She was the youngest artist to ever be included Jpanese T-shirt in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Collection when Transformer 1989 was added to their permanent collection.
Installed in San Francisco (Yerba Buena Center Surf Trip); Oakland (Oakland Museum Millennium Time Capsule); Los Angeles (Bergemot Station Surf Trip); and Seattle (Sacred Circle Big Bang).
Japlish (Pomegranate 1993) her photographic monograph on Japanese T-shirt culture sold widely and is found in many photography book collections.
- -ine poems & In the Manner of Animals (Solo Zone 2000) features The Little Fighting Man Hsin I series of orotone photographs.
Large-scale, Jizo Series C- prints melds photographic oeuvre with expressive hi-color paintings. Her point of view continues to be informed by Native American issues, asian martial arts and an intense invlovement with surfing.
Categories: 1954 births | Living people | Contemporary artists