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Photographer, teacher, and native New Yorker Marcia Lippman’s painterly photographs explore the passage of time and the ephemeral nature of memory. Influenced by the writings of Walter Benjamin, Rilke, and Barthes, among others, Lippman works with both traditional darkroom processes and contemporary digital techniques, and sees the photographs from her most recent series, Constellations (2014-2016), as a point of entry into painting and sculpture.

Marcia Lippman lives and works in New York


“Brushstrokes are exaggerated, emphasizing the human hand that made them…My photographs reject the false perfection of the whole, and instead lay claim to the ambiguity of a single gesture.”