Nancy Macko Photography
Stage 7, Booth 206
Throughout her career Nancy Macko has had an enduring love and use of photography in her artistic practice. Intimate Spaces, her newest body of work developed since 2005,takes the viewer into a space of light, air and unfamiliar textures. The images are erotic and sexy, poignant and tender, and sometimes, abject and unsettling in order to challenge the viewer to experience imagery that is not easily defined. In her recent show, “Natural Subjects,” a dual exhibition with Keith Lord, Macko’s feminine-slated nature photography was hailed by ArtScene as “lush,” and successfully creating a “microcosm of organic change… unlocking an intimate view of a mysterious world that we often only experience from a distance.” Nancy Macko’s work has been reviewed in Artweek, ArtScene, Artillery, Coast, exposure, Daily Serving, LA Weekly and the LA Times among other publications and journals, and is a part of numerous public collections. She is professor of art at Scripps College in Claremont.