Mint Museum RANDOLPH
Sep 6 2003-Dec 7 2003
/ Photographer Julie Moos shoots portraits of couples who are either best friends or worst enemies and places them against a non-descript background, leaving the viewer to draw their own conclusions.
Photographer Julie Moos shoots portraits of couples who are either best friends or worst enemies and places them against a non-descript background. The viewer is left to draw his or her own conclusions about existing relationships. By evaluating body language, clothing and facial expressions one is given clues; but the stereotypical surface evidence can be misleading. In this series Moos brings to our attention how similarities and differences can affect our judgment about individuals and color our notion of who is considered a friend or foe.
The premiere of an ongoing exhibition series devoted to exhibiting the work of community, regional, national and international artists while exploring contemporary trends and developments in art. This series of changing exhibitions will occur 3-4 times per year.