Dominic Lippillo’s photographs are appearing in two exhibitions this spring.
His Oval Mirror and Rotary Phone are currently on display at The Gallery at the Rourke Art Museum, in Moorhead, Minnesota. The exhibition is called “Of Memory, Bone and Myth” and explores how we rearrange memories to suit ourselves, and in order to create our own mythological state. Lippillo was presented with the “Best in Show” award by the juror, Stephen Perloff, who is the founder and editor of The Photo Review. For more about the exhibition, click here.
Lippillo has been collaborating with another photographer, Mark Schoon, on a project called Anti-local. A print from this series has been selected for inclusion in the permanent collection of the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego, California.
The work will also be included in the museum’s exhibition: Three Story House: Selections from MOPA’s Photography Collection. Featuring works by such luminaries as Ansel Adams, William Eggleston, Sally Mann, Arnold Newman, and Stephen Shore, the exhibition “explores how photographers have used the domestic environment to tell stories of how and where we live, as well as how the home functions as a creative, art-making space.” For more information, click here.