(un) real landscape: Los Angeles plays itself
Karen Constine is a Los Angeles-based photographer. Her photographic works blur the line between fine Art and documentary, where she examines cultural traditions and spaces in transitional periods. She considers her work a visual exploration of contemporary pilgrimages.
Karen has exhibited at Art in the Plague Year, at UCR ARTS: California Museum of Photography; #ICPConcerned, Global Images for a Global Crisis at International Center of Photography; Connected World 2020 at Los Angeles Center of Photography; and Forsaken and Abandoned exhibitions at S.E. Center for Photography. In addition, she was awarded the 16th Edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers, Cityscape Series, 3rd place, and 17th Edition, receiving honorable mentions in several portrait categories.
(un) real landscape: Los Angeles plays itself as an exploration of society through the otherworldly and unreal. Karen shot this series utilizing a color-enhanced infrared (IR) (665nm) camera.