Teri Slotkin, Mixed Doubles Photo Session

June 4 – 5, 1994

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Couple participating in "Mixed Doubles"

Photo Studio setup in the front gallery space

Surprise visit by Carl Brown

Teri Slotkin with photo session

Teri Slotkin with camera

About the event

"Mixed Doubles"
A photography project by Teri Slotkin.
Black and white studio portraits of pairs - people connected by relation, marriage, social, business, neighborhood and other ties.

Photo Session: Saturday, June 4 and Sunday, June 5, 2-6pm

Solo exhibition of "Mixed Doubles" portraits by Teri Slotkin.

Photographer Teri Slotkin set up a portrait studio at Kentler International Drawing Space on June 4th and 5th.  The Red Hook community was invited to have their portraits made with someone of their choosing and participate in Ms. Slotkin's "Mixed Doubles" project begun in 1989.  In conjunction with the photo session, selections of the project to date are on exhibit from June 4 to June 23, 1994.

Ms. Slotkin plans to continue the series in as many different environments as possible. The project enables participants to examine and celebrate their most significant relationships.  At the same time, given its adaptability to different situations, it also encompasses the widest possible range of diversity.

These photos are now included in The Red Hook Archives in The Kentler Flatfiles.

Closing Party: June 23, 6-9pm