Terry Pollack

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Terry Pollack was born in New York in 1961 and has her roots in film, video, and multimedia. She studied fine arts and media at Tufts University (BFA). Massachusetts Institute of Technology and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Diploma). Since 1987 she has lived in Europe, where she was an artist-in-residence and guest professor at the Media Lab of the University of Zurich, as well as teacher of fine arts, video, and photography at the American International School of Zurich. In 1992, she moved to Paris, where she lectures and teaches photography at Skidmore College, Columbia University, and WICE, Paris's continuing adult education center for the anglophone community. Since 1998, she also has taught photography at the Academie de Paris of OxBridge Academics, an accelerated high school summer program. A self-taught photographer, her work embraces fine art printing and painting, blurring the lines between new and old mediums in still-life and portraiture. Her oeuvre includes historic processes such as kallitype, cyanotype and pinhole, as well as silver gelatin prints, large-scale montages and color Iris prints. She exhibits her work internationally.

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