Jennifer Greenburg was invited by Australia’s Head On Foundation to exhibit and give an Artist’s talk for their photography festival. Established in 2008, the Foundation’s photo-festival, The Head On Photo Festival, bridges Sidney, Australia and the world; it has strong ties to the USA, Europe, China, India, and New Zealand.Read More
Jennifer Greenburg's Revising History series was selected for exhibition in the Italian photo-festival Cortona on the Move.
Exhibiting artists were chosen based on their "originality of vision and authenticity in approach to the reality that surrounds us..."Read More
Jennifer Greenburg is currently on a teaching sabbatical, so anticipate the rollout of more work in coming months, and be the first to see new productions, such as this latest work, "Sometimes the Director knocked twice. 2017."
I intend for this series to engage the audience in a conversation about the way we interpret the media, record personal memories, and establish collective history… [this] is a study on photography, the nature of the vernacular image, and its role in creating cultural allegories . . . By (re)processing a cross-section of the past I am creating a dialogue about the constructs still entrapped in our national psyche.Read More
We are thrilled to announce that two works by Jennifer Greenburg have recently been acquired by MOCA Tucson. Both prints are from the Artist's ongoing series Revising History. The insurance agent told me to have my husband or my father call him. 2017 (left) and I've never been good at handling unwarranted attention. 2016 (right) are particularly interesting; they exemplify how more recent works are far darker and more loaded than earlier ones. They seem to reveal a pivot-point in the series.Read More
We are happy to share the following excerpt of an editorial by Susan Burnstine:
When Greenburg adorns herself in one of her many vintage outfits, she admits she feels glamorous. 'I am not a person with problems anymore. I become someone else - someone else who only exists in photographs. Yet, that person - that icon of a person - is something the photograph made up. She is someone without strife, someone without obstacles. We believe so deeply in the truth of "her" that we measure ourselves against what we think we see in the picture. And when we cannot measure up, we then begin to blame the times we live in. Some say, "Oh, people used to be more civilized back then." This is in fact not true. We revise our past, that includes inequality, racism, misogyny and numerous other hardships we conveniently forget.'
Look for copies of Black+White Photography Magazine at Barns & Noble, international magazine stands, or subscribe to the Digital Edition & read the full editorial today.Read More
Jennifer Greenburg's Revising History series continues to catch eyes and turn heads. Her current show (on view through May 28) was reviewed in the Southern California Guide, ArtScene, and the nationally run Western-focused periodical, art ltd. magazine.
Copies of both available at the gallery.
Jennifer Greenburg's work again catches the eye of the critics. This interview in COMP Magazine with Chester Alamo-Costello is revealing of the work and the personality of this emerging artist. The work examines the role of the vernacular image in establishing our identity, individual and collective.Read More