Terri Weifenbach to Exhibit at the Heurich Gallery
Terri Weifenbach, adjunct faculty in photography, will present her exhibition, Woods, at the Heurich Gallery March 14 - June 12.
Weifenbach's work has been published most recently in the 2011 Le Monde D'Hermes Spring-Summer issue. It was selected by Peter Saville, acclaimed designer and co-founder of the legendary Factory Records in Manchester, for inclusion in the Hermes magazine as the central photographic essay. She has published ten books of photography and exhibited widely in Japan, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United States. Her work appears in Japanese Esquire, Audubon,The New Yorker (as an illustration for "Personal Archeology" by John Updike), and Phaidon's The Photobook: A History volume IIby Martin Parr and Gerry Badger. Her work is in numerous collections, including the Museum Ludwig, Koln, Germany; Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA; Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA; Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, AZ; Sprengel Museum Hanover, Hanover, Germany.
Her most recent solo exhibitions were at the Blitz International Galleries in Nagoya and Tokyo, Japan in 2008 and PhotoEye in Tuscon, AZ in 2010. Her books include Another Summer (The Thunderstorm Press), In Your Dreams, Hunter Green, Instruction Manual No. 2and3 (Nazraeli Press);Snake Eyes (with John Gossage) (Loosestrife Editions); and Politics of Flowers (onestar press).Between Maple and Chestnutis forthcoming from Nazraeli press.