Danielle Ezzo is a photo-based artist interested in the mechanism that create the photographic experience. In the past her work has explored the philosophical and historical underpinnings of 19th century processes and nostalgia in contemporary culture. Currently, her work exposes the invisible process of digital retouching. To her, the process of image-making itself is as exciting as the photograph's evidential components.
She has received praise from Rayko Photo Center (SF), Soho Photo (NY), and written about in NYArts Magazine and Lenscratch. Her work has been exhibited nationally at such galleries as Daniel Cooney Fine Art (NY), Kat Kiernan Gallery (VA), as well as The Santa Barbara Museum of Art. She recently lectured at the academic conference HISTART’14 in Istanbul, Turkey and is published in The New Inquiry.
Danielle is a recent MFA graduate at Lesley College of Art & Design (LUCAD). She lives in Brooklyn, NY.