SUSAN SEUBERT – 100 Memories
May 5 – June 18, 2016


The selected photographs by artist Susan Seubert draw from a series of 100 5 x 5 inch prints that recreate moments from the past 25 years of the artist’s life. These works alternate between literal depictions and emotional interpretations as Seubert examines her own choices and biases.

Her work has earned her inclusion in the Portland Art Museum’s 1999 and 2001 Biennials, the 2009 Tacoma Art Museum’s Northwest Biennial and selected as a finalist for the 2011 Contemporary Northwest Artist Awards. Ms. Seubert was one of 24 participants in Portland2012, A Biennial of Contemporary Art, presented by Disjecta and curated by Prudence Roberts.  In 1999 Columbia University in conjunction with LIFE Magazine awarded Ms. Seubert an Alfred Eisenstaedt Award. Ms. Seubert received an International Photography Award for her piece entitled, “Nest,” a study of wild bird nests rendered in ambrotype.

Susan Seubert was born in 1970 in Indiana, and currently lives and works in Portland, OR, and Maui, HI.  Her work has been exhibited and collected by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Tacoma Art Museum,  Portland Art Museum, and the Hallie Ford Museum in Salem, OR. Additionally, Susan’s work is included in the collections of the  Microsoft Corporation, Nordstrom, Stoel Rives LLP, The City of Seattle, King County 4Culture, Oregon State University, and The City of Portland, OR.

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