Janice Mehlman has exhibited her photographs in Museums and Art Galleries throughout the United States, Europe, and South America. In her work she uses light and shadow to create abstraction, mystery, and illusion. There is a powerful psychological aspect to the newer work, adding sensuality and tension. The finished exhibition prints have a finely wrought delicacy.
Her most recent exhibitions in Italy were at Barbara Paci Art Gallery, Pietrasanta, Grand Hotel Imperiale, Forte dei Marmi, Laura Tartarelli Contemporary Art, Pietrasanta, then in the Aria Art Gallery, in London, The Museum of Modern Art, in Bogota, Colombia, The Quogue Gallery, in NY, Beatriz Esguerra Gallery, in Bogota, The Heidi Cho Gallery, in NYC, Galleria La Bottega, in Pietrasanta and the Palazzo Mediceo Museum in Seravezza, Italy.
There are Six Monographs published about her work. Her photographs have been included in many books on the History of Photography and in articles and reviews world-wide, including The World History of Photography, by Naomi Rosenblum. Mehlman’s work is in numerous International public, corporate and private collections.
Janice Mehlman is a Professor of Photography in the City University of New York, and she divides her creative time between her studios in Brooklyn, NY and Pietrasanta, Italy.
Barbara Paci Art Gallery
Laura Tartarelli Contemporary Art