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photograph by Dana Lixenberg of Artist/Activist Staceyann Chin. an outtake from Lixenberg's wonderful piece, "Spoken Word", in LP04. ⠀
Styled by Matt Holmes⠀
all clothes by Wale Bonner⠀
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Pendant plus de vingt ans, la photographe @danalixenberg a capturé le quotidien des habitants d’Imperial Courts, un quartier du sud Los Angeles, qui fut l’épicentre d’émeutes dans tout le pays suite à l’acquittement des policiers blancs qui ont mortellement tabassé Rodney King. A rebours de l’image caricaturale qui colle à la peau des habitants d’Imperial Courts, @danalixenberg scrute un monde qui n’est pas coutumier de cette attention bienveillante et parvient à faire affleurer une humanité vaillante malgré l’adversité, faite de regards croisés et de gestes délicats. L’article est à découvrir dans la section blog du site @femmesphotographes .
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In 1992, @danalixenberg #DanaLixenberg travelled to South Central Los Angeles for a magazine story on the riots that erupted following the verdict in the Rodney King trial. What she encountered inspired her to revisit the area, and led her to the community of the Imperial Courts housing project in Watts. Returning countless times over the following twenty-two years, Lixenberg gradually created a collaborative portrait of the changing face of this community. Over the years, some in the community were killed, while others disappeared or went to jail, and others, once children in early photographs, grew up and had children of their own. In this way, Imperial Courts constitutes a complex and evocative record of the passage of time in an underserved community.

In 1992, @danalixenberg #DanaLixenberg travelled to South Central Los Angeles for a magazine story on the riots that erupted following the verdict in the Rodney King trial. What she encountered inspired her to revisit the area, and led her to the community of the Imperial Courts housing project in Watts. Returning countless times over the following twenty-two years, Lixenberg gradually created a collaborative portrait of the changing face of this community. Over the years, some in the community were killed, while others disappeared or went to jail, and others, once children in early photographs, grew up and had children of their own. In this way, Imperial Courts constitutes a complex and evocative record of the passage of time in an underserved community.

In 1992, @danalixenberg #DanaLixenberg travelled to South Central Los Angeles for a magazine story on the riots that erupted following the verdict in the Rodney King trial. What she encountered inspired her to revisit the area, and led her to the community of the Imperial Courts housing project in Watts. Returning countless times over the following twenty-two years, Lixenberg gradually created a collaborative portrait of the changing face of this community. Over the years, some in the community were killed, while others disappeared or went to jail, and others, once children in early photographs, grew up and had children of their own. In this way, Imperial Courts constitutes a complex and evocative record of the passage of time in an underserved community.

In 1992, @danalixenberg #DanaLixenberg travelled to South Central Los Angeles for a magazine story on the riots that erupted following the verdict in the Rodney King trial. What she encountered inspired her to revisit the area, and led her to the community of the Imperial Courts housing project in Watts. Returning countless times over the following twenty-two years, Lixenberg gradually created a collaborative portrait of the changing face of this community. Over the years, some in the community were killed, while others disappeared or went to jail, and others, once children in early photographs, grew up and had children of their own. In this way, Imperial Courts constitutes a complex and evocative record of the passage of time in an underserved community.

In 1992, @danalixenberg #DanaLixenberg travelled to South Central Los Angeles for a magazine story on the riots that erupted following the verdict in the Rodney King trial. What she encountered inspired her to revisit the area, and led her to the community of the Imperial Courts housing project in Watts. Returning countless times over the following twenty-two years, Lixenberg gradually created a collaborative portrait of the changing face of this community. Over the years, some in the community were killed, while others disappeared or went to jail, and others, once children in early photographs, grew up and had children of their own. In this way, Imperial Courts constitutes a complex and evocative record of the passage of time in an underserved community.

In 1992, @danalixenberg #DanaLixenberg travelled to South Central Los Angeles for a magazine story on the riots that erupted following the verdict in the Rodney King trial. What she encountered inspired her to revisit the area, and led her to the community of the Imperial Courts housing project in Watts. Returning countless times over the following twenty-two years, Lixenberg gradually created a collaborative portrait of the changing face of this community. Over the years, some in the community were killed, while others disappeared or went to jail, and others, once children in early photographs, grew up and had children of their own. In this way, Imperial Courts constitutes a complex and evocative record of the passage of time in an underserved community.

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Dana Lixenberg, J.50. From the series Imperial Courts @danalixenberg #danalixenberg @grimmgallery

Dana Lixenberg’s video installation ‘Imperial Courts’ is still on view at GRIMM New York until this Sunday January 28th. This video is an expansion of Lixenberg’s extensive photo series 'Imperial Courts, 1993-2015'. To add a new dimension to the project, she began shooting short film sequences. Lixenberg’s videos immerse us in the dense fabric of daily life in this small housing project through an interlinking chain of vignettes that skip across three channels. These quietly observed scenes are set against the changeable volatile score of nearby houses, cars, ice cream trucks, and streets. In one vignette, Lixenberg invites us to observe a rite of passage as a young couple prepares to depart for their senior prom, their every move photographed by a panoply of cameras and camera-phones. Make sure not to miss it!
Images:
Dana Lixenberg
Imperial Courts [video stills and installation view]
2015
Synchronised 3 channel HD video
Duration: 69 minutes
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Dana Lixenberg, ‘Spider, 1993’ from the Imperial Courts 1993-2015 Project, shared as the #firstdayfirstimage in my Intro to Photography class at Emerson College | #firstdayfirstimage asks artists-educators to actively rethink the canons they create for their curricula starting with the first image shown to students on the first day of class. By centering voices long under-examined as the first image discussed in the classroom, including but not limited to female artists, artists of color, LGBTQ artists and indigenous artists, we accept responsibility to expand the histories we help create.
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Still swooning over Dana Lixenberg’s “Imperial Courts,” showing as part of the #deutschebörse prize @aperturefnd. #danalixenberg #imperialcourts #contemporaryphotography #photocrush #portraitsociety

The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017 exhibition featuring Dana Lixenberg’s series Imperial Courts at @aperturefnd closes tomorrow, January 20th. GRIMM New York is showing Lixenberg’s video installation ‘Imperial Courts’ for another week, until Sunday January 28th. Make sure not to miss it!
Image by @joe_lc
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J-50 portrayed by Dutch photographer #DanaLixenberg in 1993, 2008 and 2013 as part of her Imperial Court series (1993-2015), for which she has been awarded the 2017 Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize.

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