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  This work is from a commission to document the studio of Paul Manship and was part of an exhibit at the Addison Gallery of American Art. Text by Allison Kemmerer:   Lingering on the traces left behind in empty, hushed spaces, S. Billie Mandle’s photographs encourage a slowing down, a close-looking that leads to meditation on the seen and the unseen. Her photographs of cast shadows, vacant pedestals, and scuffed walls in the Manship home and studio suggest both absence and presence, capturing the stillness of a space once filled––now haunted––by past generations.    (full text)

This work is from a commission to document the studio of Paul Manship and was part of an exhibit at the Addison Gallery of American Art. Text by Allison Kemmerer:

Lingering on the traces left behind in empty, hushed spaces, S. Billie Mandle’s photographs encourage a slowing down, a close-looking that leads to meditation on the seen and the unseen. Her photographs of cast shadows, vacant pedestals, and scuffed walls in the Manship home and studio suggest both absence and presence, capturing the stillness of a space once filled––now haunted––by past generations.

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170701ManC 013.jpg
180323 Man A 012 CFSi.jpg
180323 Man A 003iCFS.jpg
180323 Man A 002CFi.jpg
170701ManA 006_16FSC.jpg
170615 Man 001CFS.jpg
170615 Man 009CFSi.jpg
180323 Man A 009CFS.jpg
170615 Man 011CFS.jpg
170615 Man 005CFSii.jpg
170615 Man 014CFS.jpg
170615 Man 002CFS.jpg
180323 Man A 011CFS.jpg
170615 Man 021cfs.jpg
Manship_Gallery 202_006.jpg
Manship_Gallery 202_003.jpg
  This work is from a commission to document the studio of Paul Manship and was part of an exhibit at the Addison Gallery of American Art. Text by Allison Kemmerer:   Lingering on the traces left behind in empty, hushed spaces, S. Billie Mandle’s photographs encourage a slowing down, a close-looking that leads to meditation on the seen and the unseen. Her photographs of cast shadows, vacant pedestals, and scuffed walls in the Manship home and studio suggest both absence and presence, capturing the stillness of a space once filled––now haunted––by past generations.    (full text)

This work is from a commission to document the studio of Paul Manship and was part of an exhibit at the Addison Gallery of American Art. Text by Allison Kemmerer:

Lingering on the traces left behind in empty, hushed spaces, S. Billie Mandle’s photographs encourage a slowing down, a close-looking that leads to meditation on the seen and the unseen. Her photographs of cast shadows, vacant pedestals, and scuffed walls in the Manship home and studio suggest both absence and presence, capturing the stillness of a space once filled––now haunted––by past generations.

(full text)

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