Erica Kelly Martin
Erica Martin is a lens based artist, and native of Los Angeles, California. She studied photography while at Amherst College, and then at the International Center for Photography in New York, where she worked with film and darkroom printing. Martin studied digital and medium format photography at the Los Angeles Center for Photography, where she received her Fine Art Certificate in 2014.
Martin photographs people in their surroundings, their rituals and the manifestations of their interior lives. Her work concerns recurring themes of identity, transformation, and the paradox of human existence captured at a moment in time. Her photographs show the fraying edges of polite society, and the vernacular secrets that most people pass by. Martin has created series of portrait works, often of alternative communities, exploring how her subjects navigate the world and find their tribe. In Martin’s recent series, she focuses on collecting and examining the evidence of the insanity, rituals, and fecundity of our daily domestic lives.
Erica Martin’s work has been featured on Lenscratch, Lensculture, and PDN Magazine, and has been shown at galleries and exhibitions in Los Angeles, New York, Paris and Milan.
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