Shadowgraphs: Christine Triebert

Christine’s current body of work consists of still life botanical photographs made without the use of a camera. Using locally found organic subject matter, she expresses nature’s forms in clean minimalist lines, muted tones, subtle shadows, and the play of interacting shapes. Cameraless photography is a historic process in which light-sensitive paper is exposed in direct contact with an object. Combining early photographic methods with 21st-century technology is the basis for her work.

Christine Triebert’s photographs are collected by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Polo Ralph Lauren, The Ritz Carlton Hotel, and Bank of America. Her images have been represented by major publishers in the US and Europe including Aperture, NY; Graphique de France, Boston; and the Art Group, UK. A three-time recipient of a Golden Light Award, Chris’s work has been exhibited in numerous galleries and shows throughout the Northeast including Spectra ‘10 Photography Triennial and the Provincetown Museum and Art Center. Her images have been published in the National Photo Review and reviewed in Art World News.

Selection of images from the Exhibition: