Francis Parker Middle-Upper School
Fantastic Lens: Identity, Beauty, and Reimagining Reality
Former Parker students Remington Weinger and Kate Biel showcase their current work in the Parker’s Rose Art Gallery. The show is called “Fantastic Lens: Identity, Beauty, and Reimagining Reality,” as the imagery is surreal, intimate, and introspectively explores the frequently blended boundary between photographer and subject.
Remington Weinger is currently completing her senior year in USD’s Studio Art program. Weinger’s photography encompasses a spectrum of subject matter, often manipulated by cross processes that she learned in the darkroom during her time at Parker. Kate Biel is a senior at Skidmore College majoring in Studio Art and minoring in Art History. Kate’s work in the gallery is presented through a number of images that represent larger photographic series that she has developed. Much of Kate’s work explores subjects that have been romanticized by society, in a light that casts a beautiful surface and equally turbulent undertones.
The exhibition will be on display until January 23, with the gallery closing from December 20 to January 4 for Parker’s Winter Break.
Thursday, January 15, 5:00 p.m.