Exhibition Opening Sunday, September 21 3-5p.m. Member's Hour 2-3pm
Yola Monakhov Stockton makes work that deals with landscape and literature, the qualities of boundaries and constraints, data gathering, and the materiality of photography. Her work has been exhibited in the U.S. and internationally. Awards include a Meredith S. Moody fellowship from Yaddo, and a Fellowship from Greve in Chianti (FI)/ Macina di San Cresci. She has worked regularly for The New Yorker, and her work has appeared in Harper's, Esquire, TIME, Marie Claire, Newsweek, and The New York Times. She has worked on assignment in the Middle East, Central Asia, the former Soviet Union, and Iran. She is currently the Harnish Visiting Artist at Smith College, and also on the faculty at Columbia University and the International Center of Photography. Her work is in the collection of the Smith College Museum of Art and numerous private collections. She was born in Moscow, Russia, and lives in Northampton, Massachusetts and New York City with her husband and son.
Photo: "Ivory Gate, 2013", Archival Pigment print, 16"x20"