:: "Death|s|trip" is featured on Aline Smithson's blog, Lenscratch,
a place dedicated to posting fine art photography daily.
"Photographer Terri Warpinski thinks a lot about these ever
changing, fragile times in which we live, times that are filled with
uncertainty and confusion. “Sometimes I want a photograph to
be a statement and point at something pretty clearly. Other
times, and perhaps a lot of the time, I want a photograph to be
read the same way my ethnicity is." Read and see the full article here.
::The Myers Gallery of Tulsa, OK presents the 4th International
Combined Caucus Juried Exhibition which includes work from
:: "Surface Tension" is featured on Don't Smile, a blog dedicated
to showcasing photography by women artists.
:: The Gallery of the College of Staten Island presents its
show Can a Line Define?, which includes work from "Surface Tension".
"This group exhibition juxtaposes artistic and journalistic
approaches discussing the notion of borders. The exhibition also
explores issues related to the recent migration crisis in Europe."
:: The Pearl S. Conrad Gallery at Ohio State University presents
"Surface Tension: Three Landscapes of Division".
"Surface Tension is an exhibition of photographs by Terri Warpinski
that examines landscape as trace of socio-cultural interaction. Three
landscapes of division will be explored: the US-Mexico borderland,
the Israeli-Palestinian separation barrier along the Green Line, and the
trace of the former wall throughout present day Berlin."
:: Photographic Resource Center at Boston University presents Exposure 2016 which includes work from "Surface Tension".
:: "Death|s|trip" is shortlisted in the Documentary
Project category for the Kolga Photo Award 2016,
presented by the Kolga Tbilisi International Photo Festival.
:: The Boston Globe releases its article Identity and
Memory on Display at the PRC. It details the exhibition
which includes work from "Death|s|trip".
"History qualifies as both collective identity and collective
memory. Terri Warpinski’s quartet of photographs shows
sites where people were killed trying to cross the Berlin Wall.
The contrast between the appearance of these calmly
unexceptionable locations with the grim events described in
text at the bottom of each photograph is startling and moving."
:: The Ford Family Foundation, in conjunction with
the University of Oregon School of Architecture and
Allied Arts recently released the publication Connective
Conversations: Inside Oregon Art, 2011-14. Featured
in the book are 70 Oregon artists in their studios across
the state, of which I am pleased to be one.
:: Haas Gallery of Art at Bloomsburg University presents
"Surface Tension: Three Landscapes of Division"
"Open at Haas Gallery, at Bloomsburg University, is a large exhibition
of photographs by Terri Warpinski. There is plenty to look at and think
about. Try to fit this evocative and poignant show into your schedule."
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:: The William Harris Gallery at the Rochester Institute of
Technology presents "Surface Tension"
Oct 11 - Nov 6, 2015
Opening Reception: October 11, 2015 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM
"Surface Tension” is the compilation of Warpinski’s work over
the years from her visits to U.S. – Mexico border, Israel – Palestine
border and the present day Berlin. She aims not only at capturing
the landscapes in order to present the social and political dimensions,
but also an aesthetic aspect of these places. The intensity of the title
“Surface Tension” can be felt in these pictures where Warpinski makes
an astute representation of the tension that is present in these areas or
has been a part of their history."
:: The University Art Gallery (UAG) at New Mexico
State University presents work from "Surface Tension"
in an exhibition titled "Between Here and There/Paul
Turounet and Terri Warpinski". Sept. 3 - Oct. 3, 2015
"In this two-person exhibition, nationally renowned artists Paul
Turounet and Terri Warpinski grapple with the socio-political
construct of international borders as negotiated through a visual
arts lens, reflecting both physical and psychological obstacles
faced by migrants."