Elizabeth Albert (b. 1965, Belmont, MA) holds a BFA from the University of Michigan, an MFA in Photography from Maryland Institute College of Art and a post-baccalaureate in teaching from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Exhibitions include Photographic Resource Center, Boston; Danforth Art Museum/School, Framingham, MA; Houston Center for Photography; A.I.R. Gallery, NY; and Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA. Her work was included in the national exhibition of The Fence 2018. She has also been exhibited online at Lenscratch and Photo-Emphasis as well as being included in Some Recent Findings, published by the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography, 2018. Albert has taught at Rhode Island School of Design, Providence and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Tufts University, Medford, MA.
Statement from the Artist:
Elizabeth explores the theme of family in her work through different approaches, such as toy cameras and appropriated found imagery in the form of diptychs and installations. In her current series “Family Fictions,” she juxtaposes individual family slides bought on eBay to create a fictional narrative.