Logan White "Rose Hill"
Logan White "Rose Hill" 2010
Photography, Archival Pigment Print, framed
Dimensions 12 x 18in
Includes Certificate of Authenticity
Photographer Logan White was raised in Georgia by her mother, a classical concert pianist. White imbues her work with the ambiance of her heritage: the haunted Deep South's magnetism and the Romantic period's emotional intensity. At times, her work is nostalgic; at others, subversive. White graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in Photography and studied in the European Honors Program in Rome, Italy. Her work has been seen in various publications, including the New York Times, Vogue, Vogue Italia, and many others. White has exhibited internationally at galleries that include Steve Turner Gallery and the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, the Photo Vogue Festival in Milan, and New York City’s Nicelle Beauchene Gallery and Spencer Brownstone Gallery. She currently lives and works in New York City.
“My photography is a cathartic performance of the feminine subconscious. Utilizing allegorical portraiture and the symbolic potential of the physical form, I aim to express an inner world. My practice is informed by women’s representation throughout history, the concept of place, and rituals of girlhood.”