Artist Karen I. Hirsch Showcased in Art Slant /Chicago
Hirsch's New Media Artwork Selected for Round 4 Showcase 2014
The jurors for this art competition were Joanna Szupinska-Myers - Curator of Exhibitions at the California Museum of Photography, Sebastian Campos -Principal, THE MISSION, Chicago/Houson and Anca Rujolu - Curator, Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore.
Karen I. Hirsch is a Chicago-based digital artist/photographer. Her images have been published in Communication Arts, Graphis, Architectural Digest, Forbes, the Chicago Tribune, as well as numerous other magazines, newspapers and books.
Karen I. Hirsch is a Chicago-based digital artist/photographer. Her images have been published in Communication Arts, Graphis, Architectural Digest, Forbes, and the Chicago Tribune, as well as in numerous other magazines, newspapers and books.
Last year, Hirsch had a solo exhibit titled "Shape, Rattle & Roll" of abstract works at the Millennium Fine Art Gallery in Chicago.
In 2007, the Chinese government invited Hirsch to be one of ten American Society of Media Photographers to document the city of Rizhao for the project "Rizhao in the Eyes of Foreign Photographers."
In 2003, the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and the Illinois Arts Council sponsored her one-woman exhibit "My Chicago," - featuring more than 200 images of Chicago's people, places and events.
Hirsch's prints are found in corporate and private collections.