Sophie Lvoff

Sophie T. Lvoff is an emerging photographer and curator known for her romantic large- and medium-format color photographs. Lvoff often refers to literature to describe her work: "I'm in agreement with Raymond Carver," the artist says. "Most of my stories, it seems to me, could take place anywhere." Nevertheless, she is most widely recognized for her photographs of neon-lighted honkey-tonks and the red twilights of post-Katrina New Orleans, where she lives and works as a member of the artist-run collective Good Children Gallery. Airplanes, rockets, choppers are also common themes in her photographs. She is drawn to the space race and aviation, she says, "for their transitory nature."

In 2010, Lvoff's work was included in reGeneration 2: Tomorrow's Photographers Today, a traveling exhibition and book organized by the Aperture Foundation showcasing emerging photographers.

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