Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Gallery Artist Dona Schwartz "On the Nest" Series and Publication Featured on Photo+, Photo District News

Kristin and Ryan, 18 Days, 2006 © Dona Schwartz /
Courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery

Photo+, Photo District News, selected gallery artist Dona Schwartz's "On the Nest" Series as part of their series "Photos of the Day".

"There are no children in Dona Schwartz’s two-part book On the Nest, out in November from Kehrer Verlag in the U.S. Instead, Schwartz’s photos and accompanying interviews make a sort of parenthesis around parenthood—one set shows nervous and excited parents-to-be in the spaces they’ve prepared for babies; the other depicts parents whose kids have moved out, standing a little bewildered in the rooms recently occupied by their children."

To read the complete article please visit: www.potd.pdnonline.com

Dona Schwartz artist page: www.bulgergallery.com

There are no children in Dona Schwartz’s two-part book On the Nest, out in November from Kehrer Verlag in the U.S. Instead, Schwartz’s photos and accompanying interviews make a sort of parenthesis around parenthood—one set shows nervous and excited parents-to-be in the spaces they’ve prepared for babies; the other depicts parents whose kids have moved out, standing a little bewildered in the rooms recently occupied by their children. - See more at: http://potd.pdnonline.com/2015/10/34582/#gallery-1
There are no children in Dona Schwartz’s two-part book On the Nest, out in November from Kehrer Verlag in the U.S. Instead, Schwartz’s photos and accompanying interviews make a sort of parenthesis around parenthood—one set shows nervous and excited parents-to-be in the spaces they’ve prepared for babies; the other depicts parents whose kids have moved out, standing a little bewildered in the rooms recently occupied by their children. - See more at: http://potd.pdnonline.com/2015/10/34582/#gallery-1
There are no children in Dona Schwartz’s two-part book On the Nest, out in November from Kehrer Verlag in the U.S. Instead, Schwartz’s photos and accompanying interviews make a sort of parenthesis around parenthood—one set shows nervous and excited parents-to-be in the spaces they’ve prepared for babies; the other depicts parents whose kids have moved out, standing a little bewildered in the rooms recently occupied by their children. - See more at: http://potd.pdnonline.com/2015/10/34582/#gallery-1

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