This month, you subscribers are in for a real treat. We spoke with Meryl Meisler to discuss a couple of topics that are sure to pique your interest. Meryl talked about the historic street photos she took in New York during the disco era and we also spent some time talking talked about her latest (and equally facinating) projects. Recently, Meryl has been devoting her time to working on printing some of her best works as an artist-in-residence at both Yaddo and Light Work. What she has learned in the process has been nothing less than transformative.
Meryl is enthusiastic and joyful about her photography and she shared some valuable insights on the process of printing your images that just might inspire you to take on the task yourself. Listen in on our conversation by clicking the audio player below:
A Selection of Meryl’s Photos
- Book: Purgatory & Paradise: Sassy 70s Suburbia & The City
- Meryl’s work at her Light Works residency
- Exhibit: Nottingham Contemporary’s Zebrario Space
- Exhibit: New-York Historical Society, NY, NY May 24 – Sept. 22, 2019