Photographs by Cassandra Zampini Published on Dec. 24 by The Atlantic: "This week, our Americans at Work photo essay features unique black and white images of daily commutes in Boston, Chicago, and New York City, by photographer Cassandra Zampini, “The city is my studio and the canvas in which I frame the landscape of the American mind. Much of that landscape is centered around how we work today. The buildings we work in, the trains we take, the roads we cross – all were created for how we work and what we work on in the cities. In this collection, the subjects are commuters who are caught between places of work in the early morning or late evening commute. In a world mastered by the digital and surreal, the subjects are photographed in the reality of city, and though their minds may be far away with the help of digital devices, they are documented as existing in that moment in time when the shutter closes. In observing commuters, it is interesting to notice how the social codes we all abide by have normalized in our daily life. For example, how to queue, or the appropriate distance from someone in a packed train."
Cassandra Zampini featured in the Best of Photography 2016, Serbin Communications, December 2016.
2nd Edition of 8; "Bird's Eye" Sold at SMFA Art Sale
Amazing night at the SMFA Art Sale, bursting with collectors and art enthusiasts - "Bird's Eye" was there one moment and gone the next. Art Sale runs Nov 18-20.
Pleased to announce "Bird's Eye," a silver gelatin fiber limited edition fine art print has been acquired in a corporate collection.
Please join me on the evening of September 1st, 2016 for the gallery's opening reception of "Future Visions," at Gallery 263 in Cambridge, MA.
The art show, featuring my work and other artists from across New England will run from September 1st through October 1st.
Please join me June 1st, 6:30-8:30pm where I will be presenting on the theme of black and white photography at the PRC Boston. We'll be discussing social landscapes, and how how our social codes are visible in our physical spaces.
Thanks to Field Projects Gallery for featuring "Block Island." Block Island was featured with other fine art work in an online art gallery featuring artists all over the world.
"Bus Line" is being exhibited in the JP Arts gallery until the end of June. Cassandra Zampini's photographs will also be projected onto the outside facade of the building so that gallery participants can view art from the street! Should be an exciting night with artists and art enthusiasts alike.
Please join me at Bromfield Gallery's opening of "Trans" where three of my pieces will be exhibited along with other artists from across New England. Gallery opening reception will serve appetizers and drinks.
Friday, March 4, 6:00-8:30pm
Bromfield Gallery is part of SoWa Art District First Fridays where dozens of art galleries open their doors to exhibit Boston's monthly art event.
Bromfield Art Gallery
450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA
From the Gallery: Ten New England artists imaginatively explore the meaning of TRANS.
Hope to see you there!
I'm very excited to be exhibiting at Bromfield Gallery's "TRANS" Exhibition: March 2-27, 2016
Please join me at the opening reception: Friday March 4, 6:30-8:30PM.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Installation in progress of 5 of my fine art photographs on view at the Cambridge Innovation Center main lobby in Kendall Square. Exhibit will be ongoing. CIC Cambridge is the hub of where Boston Innovation happens - I'm pleased to have my art work displayed in such a setting!