BYFIELD – The Governor’s Academy presents the works of photographer Tsar Fedorsky on campus until Friday, November 19.
The exhibition, “The light under the door and other personal landscapes”, focuses on personal but relatable stories. Fedorsky’s photographs reveal ordinary settings, examining common themes both within the privacy of the home and the possibilities of the outside world. Fedorsky’s works include xianotype and gelatin silver prints and use photography to ask the viewer to consider the beauty of light, the mystery of the shadows, and the unsupervised moments of strangers, according to a press release.
Fedorsky received a Masters of Fine Arts in Photography from the University of Hartford in Connecticut in 2014 and completed full-time undergraduate studies in photography at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco in 1985. She lives in Gloucester.
Fedorsky is a 2018 Guggenheim Fellow and a Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art Fellowship recipient.
The exhibit is housed in the Remis Hall of the Wilkie Center for the Performing Arts, 1 Elm Street, on the Governor’s Academy campus. Follow @govsarts and @govsacademy on Instagram for updates on public viewing times, an artist talk and a closing reception.