Written by Zach Zins
Her mind froze scenes as solidly as the
But she wasn’t much for showing others what her mind was freezing until she picked up a camera. “My, oh my,” she thought. “This oughtta do just fine.” Her gift had found the perfect vehicle, and she and they roared off to the
After two legendary shows at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery, numerous one-woman shows teetering on the cusp of guerilla art, and city-wide recognition as the local vanguard of hypermodern photography, Melissa Venné’s work is indeed good. Or better than that. It can now be appreciated in downtown corporate offices, Ache magazine, an internet gallery, the homes of
Keep your aesthetics on the lookout for Melissa’s community darkroom and impending summit with Lee Friedlander.