Jacqueline Schlossman lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland. The main focus of her photographic work is landscape and its relevance to art history, architecture, politics and the environment. She currently teaches at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and other Baltimore institutions. Additionally, Jacqueline co-directs MICA’s intensive photography workshop in Paris. Exhibiting her landscape photography work internationally, she was recently included in the Maryland Art Place’s Critics’Choice exhibition and has an article and new portfolio that will appear in Monu Urban Magazine this fall.
Jacqueline was born in San Diego, and received her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College in New York. She subsequently moved to New York City and worked in photography related art endeavors in almost every capacity. She received her MFA in Photography and Digital Imaging from MICA in 2006.
This exhibition will include photographs from Jacqueline’s ongoing golf course landscape series and comparative studies of New Orleans sites along Tchoupitoulas Street.