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Josephine Sacabo Featured In Photography Exhibition


By Ritha Fellerman

Josephine Sacabo is an internationally acclaimed photographer whose work has been seen in solo exhibitions in New York, Paris, London, Madrid, Toulouse, Chicago, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, Austin, New Orleans, Mexico City and other major US cities.

She has had seven books of her work published: Une Femme Habitée by Editions Marval in Paris in 1991; the award-winning Pedro Páramo, published by the University of Texas Press in 2002; Cante Jondo, The Duino Elegies, and Gilded Circles and Sure Trouble, all by 21ST Editions; and Óyeme Con Los Ojos and Nocturnes by Luna Press.

Her work is in the collections of The Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), The Museum of Modern Art (New York), The Art Institute of Chicago, The Houston Museum of Fine Arts, The Smithsonian (Washington DC), The Library of Congress, The Wittliff Collection (Austin), The New Orleans Museum of Art, The Ogden Museum Of Southern Art (New Orleans), The Bibliothèque Nationale (Paris) and La Maison de la Photo (Paris), among others.

She has taught highly acclaimed workshops at the Center For Photography at Woodstock, The Santa Fe Workshops, and the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie in Arles France.

Sacabo’s work is characterized by highly subjective, introspective images that hover between reality and dreams, often inspired by literary texts.

Sacabo lives and works in New Orleans and is represented by A Gallery For Fine Photography, New Orleans, and Verve Fine Arts in Santa Fe, NM.


Photographic Exhibition

Work from Josephine Sacabo and Jo Anderson Brenzo

Sat, Jun 30, 6–8pm

Photographic Gallery

Mesones 57 (inside patio)


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