Lynne Cohen was born in Wisconsin, United States; lives and works in Montreal.
Her works, known in both Europe and North America, have been featured in almost fifty solo exhibitions, the most recent of which took place at the Visor Gallery in Valencia, Spain (2003), the Wilma Tolksdorf Gallery in Frankfurt, Germany (2003), the Olga Korper Gallery in Toronto (2002), the Galeria dels Angels, Barcelona, Spain (2001), P.P.O.W. in New York (2000), and the Museum voor Fotografie in Anvers, Belgium (1998). In 2002, the National Gallery of Canada, in Ottawa, devoted a major exhibition to Cohen’s work, No Man’s Land; the exhibition toured to Oakville Galleries, in Ontario, that year, and to the Musée de l’Élysée in Lausanne in 2003. Her works are included in collections in many museums in Canada, the United States, France, and Belgium. She is represented, amongst others, by the Olga Korper Gallery in Toronto and In Situ-Fabienne Leclerc in Paris.
The Space of Making
2005.01.14 - 02.27
In 1969, Jeff Wall published Landscape Manual, a book whose annotated text provided a commentary on the making of landscape photographs…Read more