When Jan 27 - Mar 9

Featuring new and recent works by Naomieh Jovin, photography & digital arts class of 2017. Jovin is a first-generation Haitian-American whose work utilizes appropriated photos from old family albums, combined with her own photographs, to illustrate resistance and intergenerational trauma, and how we carry the experiences of our past and our families’ pasts in our bodies. Her work has been featured in The Nation and Buzzfeed. She has photographed for The New York Times and Vogue Italia. She was selected as a LensCulture 2021 Critics’ Choice winner, awarded an artist residence at the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center and recently named a 2021 PEW Fellow in the Arts.

Image: Naomieh Jovin, Untitled (First Communion), 2021, inkjet print (digitally altered appropriated family photo). Courtesy of the artist.