Marissa Alper

marissaalperphotography@gmail.com

Marissa Alper is a photo based artist residing in Brooklyn, NY.   Subverting the male gaze, her personal work explores love in relation to loss, intergenerational trauma, and her experience reconciling with the liminality that encompasses every stage of life.​  Please reach out about commissions and any other inquiries.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

(2019) εїз (Butterfly), Cherry Gallery, Richmond VA

(2018) Last Home, The Anderson Gallery, Richmond VA

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

(2020) Calamity-Examining the HolocaustBerry College Moon Gallery, Mount Berry GA

(2019) Moments of Intimacy, The Mast, Atlanta GA

(2019) Summer Solstice, Candela Gallery, Richmond VA

(2019) 3511 P ST, Capital One Extended Media Gallery, Richmond VA

(2019) Home Sweet Home, The Anderson Gallery, Richmond VA

(2018) 67, GlogauAIR Gallery, Berlin Germany

(2018) Solstice, Candela Gallery, Richmond VA

(2018) Ambiguously Yours, The HofGarden, Richmond VA

(2018) 55 Year In Reverse, Humble Arts Foundation, New York NY

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

(2020)  Visceral 8, Now

(2020)  Curated by Girls, Marissa Alper

(2020)  Spotz, Pix 009

(2020)  Soft Lighting Vol. 1

(2020)  Lenscratch, Favorite Photograph of 2019

(2019)  Pix 008

(2019)  Bedspread Zine

(2018)  Find Rangers, Issue #17

(2018) Self Publish Be Happy Library

(2018) Cowhouse studios Community Update

(2018) LomoWomen

(2018) Curated by Girls

(2017) Yogurt Magazine "Desirable Body" Photo Book

(2017) The Ladies Network 

(2017) C 41 Magazine

(2015) Fashion Grunge

(2015) Nakid Magazine

RESIDENCIES

 

(2018) GlogauAIR Residency, Berlin Germany 

SELECTED FREELANCE EXPERIENCE 

 

(2019-Present) Adhoc, Music Photography

(2020) Angelica Garcia for Spacebomb Records, Album Cover Photograph

(2019) MoMA PS1 for the New York Times

(2019) Crystal Flowers Band, Artist Portraits

(2019) Sammie Lanzetta, Artist Portraits            

(2019-2020) Chashama, Artist Portraits & Event Photography

(2017) Ink Magazine, Club Kids Editorial

SELECTED WORK EXPERIENCE

(2019-2020) MoMA PS1, Marketing & Communications Intern

(2019-2020) The Rubia Group for SERCAP, Photojournalist

(2018-2020) Patterson Lawson “The Alzheimer’s Photography Project,” Photography Assistant

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