Caitlin Teal Price March 2 — April 28, 2012

In Annabelle, Annabelle women stand transfixed in and among severe everyday landscapes, connected to the world by the objects surrounding them. Each frame is carefully constructed but what lies just beyond is uncertain, perhaps threatening and ultimately left for wonder. These women, with strength and wisdom in the depth of their age, stand boldly and carefully alone, and offer us the opportunity to create stories about life and death, power and vulnerability, magnificence and uncertainty.

Caitlin Teal Price received a BFA in photography from the Parsons School of Design and an MFA from the Yale School of Art. Using photography and drawing Price explores themes of ritual and routine found in the undercurrents of daily life.  Her work is included in both private and public collections, including the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art in San Bernardino, CA and the American University Art Museum in Washington DC.  She has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, including Fotografiska Museum in Stockholm Sweden, Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in NYC and the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. Her work has been published in periodicals such as The New Yorker, The New York Times and TIME magazine. Capricious Publishing NYC published her first monograph, Stranger Lives, in December 2016. Price is co-founder of STABLE, an artist studio program and exhibition space in Washington, DC.

All images are available as 21 x 27" and 29 x 36" archival pigment prints made in editions of 5 in each size, for $2500 (small) and $2800 (large).

Please call: (312) 266-2350 for prices of specific pieces.
Prices are print only unless otherwise indicated.

Caitlin Teal Price
Francine, holding folders, 2010
Caitlin Teal Price
Leslie , 2010
Caitlin Teal Price
Marge, under overpass, 2009