Young Rider, 2008 - Collier Schorr
About the Work
About Young Rider
A limited-edition print from the exhibition More American Photographs at the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art in San Francisco, CA, Collier Schorr's Young Rider portrays a young cowboy at the threshold of manhood, his adolescent fragility still palpable ...Read More
A limited-edition print from the exhibition More American Photographs at the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art in San Francisco, CA, Collier Schorr's Young Rider portrays a young cowboy at the threshold of manhood, his adolescent fragility still palpable. Schorr's photographs often look at gender construction, youth, and role playing.
As a part of this exhibit, which commissioned twelve photographers to travel the country and document the land and its people in the tradition of the Depression-era Farm Security Administration, Schorr's work present two visions of America that exist simultaneously: the privileged desire for fame and fortune meets with its underbelly, the imminent drive for survival.
About the Artist
About Collier Schorr
One of the few photographers featured in the 2002 Whitney Biennial, Schorr's work has been exhibited internationally, including a 2006 retrospective at Badischer Kunstverein, Germany; a solo exhibition at CoCA Kronika, Bytom, Poland in 2010, and a recent exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. She was a fellow at the American Academy in Berlin, Germany from 2007—2008.Read Less
DescriptionArchival pigment print of a color photograph.
AuthenticationSigned and numbered by the artist.
DimensionsThe quoted dimensions for this photograph are for the paper size. The actual image size is 10" x 10".
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