Alyssa Minahan utilizes photographic materials, including unfixed gelatin silver paper and negatives, in non-traditional ways to express ideas integral to the medium of photography, specifically its complex relationship to time, space and memory. Alyssa has exhibited her work at numerous galleries and museums, including a solo exhibition at the Garner Center for Photographic Exhibitions and in group exhibitions at the Danforth Art Museum, Boston University Art Galleries and Photographic Center Northwest. She has exhibited her artist books at Boston Art Book Fair, AIPAD and in Silvermine Galleries' 67th Art of the Northeast exhibition juried by David Kiehl, curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art. In addition, her work has been featured in Harper's Magazine, Art New England and Phases Magazine. Alyssa is the recipient of the 2017 Massachusetts College of Art and Design Graduate Teaching Fellowship and is currently a Lecturer in the Department of Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College.
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