Monday, September 15, 2014

Pamela Peccicho is Having a Very Busy 2014, and It's Only September

Charlottesville-based photographer Pamela Pecchio is having a very busy 2014. Here are some of the things she has been up to.

Pecchio had work in two group shows this summer, one at Aperture in New York City and the other at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts.

 She opens a show of work in Cologne, Germany this weekend, together with Dave Woody and William Wylie.

The show is called Beyond Reach: Pamela Pecchio, Dave Woody and William Wylie, opening September 14th and up for a week at Koeln Art Projects in Cologne, as part of the  Photoszene-Festival 2014

Pecchio will also have a solo show of work from her Inheritance portfolio in the Rowe Art Gallery at the University of North Carolina campus in Charlotte, NC, opening September 29th and up through October 29th, 2014.

Pecchio's image The Center of Attention is in a group show sponsored by the Humble Art Foundation entitled New Cats in Art Photography.
Peccicho's image Mitchell's Arm (see image above) has recently been added to the collection of the Do Good Fund.

It will be included in two shows of work from the Do Good Fund's collection. 

The first one is called Brought to Light,  at this year's Slow Exposures Festival, opening in the Whiskey Bonding Barn on September 20.

The other is in a show at the Lamar Dodd Art Center at LaGrange College, in Lagrange, GA, up during the months of October and November, 2014.

So much good work, and its only September!

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