New photography exhibit.

“My Mother as an Indian”
In an effort to explore my relationship with my mother, I asked her if she had any fantasies as a child. She told me she had always wanted to dress up as an indian and run around. So we rented costumes and explored this subject with make-up and props.
Opening March 5 from 6-8pm
Dixon Place Gallery
161 Chrystie St. (N of Delancey)
New York, NY
212-219-0736
Show runs from March 5th thru April 1st

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About psullivan66

Patricia Sullivan is a New York City based photographer whose portraits and personal projects have appeared in New York Magazine, on HBO's "Bored to Death," TimeOutNY and other magazines. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Sullivan is drawn to the people "with broad shoulders" whose belief in just working hard and doing the right thing are keeping this whole planet together. Besides rodeo, she has photographed cops on motorcycles (in their off hours) and her mother, "the toughest woman I know."
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One Response to New photography exhibit.

  1. psullivan66 says:

    The opening date for the exhibit has changed to March 4th. One day earlier.

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