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Valley Waterfall (Erin), from the series Transportraits

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Lorenzo Triburgo, Valley Waterfall (Erin), from the series Transportraits, 2008 (negative); 2011 (print), pigment print, Gift of the Artist in honor of Terry Toedtemeier, © unknown, research required, 2011.46

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Title

Valley Waterfall (Erin), from the series Transportraits

Related Titles

series (original language): Transportraits

Artist

Lorenzo Triburgo (American, born 1980)

Date

2008 (negative); 2011 (print)

Medium

pigment print

Edition

3/10

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 24 in x 20 in; sheet: 26 in x 22 in

Inscriptions & Markings

inscription: Lorenzo Triburgo/Valley Waterfall (Erin)/from the Transportraits Series/ 2008-2011 /edition 3 of 10/ archival pigment print, graphite, verso; bottom left corner

signature: Lorenzo Triburgo, graphite, verso; bottom left

Collection Area

Photography; Northwest Art

Category

Photographs

Object Type

photograph

Culture

American

Credit Line

Gift of the Artist in honor of Terry Toedtemeier

Accession Number

2011.46

Copyright

© unknown, research required

Terms

photographs

pigment prints

portraits

tattoos

Terry Toedtemeier Memorial Gifts

Description

Triburgo’s Transportraits series invites viewers to reconsider standard assumptions about gender. The artist paints and then places his subjects before backdrops reminiscent of grand nineteenth-century landscape paintings, encouraging the consideration of photographic artifice. The backdrops, poses, and camera angle serve to heroicize individuals whose reshaped physical and sexual identities push against traditional modes of gender assignment.

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