Roni Horn was born in 1955 in New York, where she continues to live and work. Since earning her MFA from Yale University in 1978, she has shown her sculptures, installations and photographs extensively throughout the world. She has had solo exhibitions at the Dia Center for the Arts, the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Her recent publications include Dictionary of Water, Cabinet of, Wonderwater (Alice Offshore), and Index Cixous (Cix Pax).
Sea Change: The Seascape in Contemporary Photographyby Trudy Wilner Stack, Trudy Wilner-Stack, James H. Patterson
"Sea Change brings together the imagery of nineteen artists who have returned to the world's oceans as photographic subject matter. Instead of focusing on maritime life, beach culture, or shoreline scenery, these artists look to the sea itself to discover its purest qualities: water, air, and light. The cultural orientation and literal geographic and physical orientation of the artists toward the sea vary. Whether their view be continental, coastal, island, shipboard, the work of each one reflects both the constancy and tumult of their subject. Featured photographers include Robert Adams, Tom Baril, Roni Horn, and others. Text by journalist and novelist James Hamilton-Paterson, who has written extensively on the sea, is included along with an essay by the curator."
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