Christina Hejtmanek

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Christina Hejtmanek is an American landscape photographer. Hejtmanek combines her background in painting and cinematic aesthetic to produce fragmented photos of the natural world. Her work features partial sunsets, blurred landscapes, and fractured clouds that are simultaneously suggestive of a certain place and an abstract experience. The concept of the American road trip is a crucial facet of Hejtmanek’s work, and her anthology Almost contains photos both taken on and reminiscent of the open road.
Hejmanek received her BA from Tufts University, and attended both the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and Parsons School of Design for her MFA. Her work has been featured in group exhibitions from Brooklyn to Berlin, and she has had solo exhibitions at the Blackstone Gallery in New York and the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas, where she completed a residency in 2001.

Artwork


|<br /><br /><em>(click to view large)</em> I-95 North to Rhode Island, 1998

Size: 16 x 24 inches
Medium: Chromogenic print

Current Lannan Art Collection


|<br /><br /><em>(click to view large)</em> Wild West Hotel, Las Vegas, May 1999, 1999

Size: 15 1/2 x 23 inches
Medium: Chromogenic print

Current Lannan Art Collection


|<br /><br /><em>(click to view large)</em> Study for Dawn, Leaving Santa Fe, 1999/01

Size: 5 x 7 inches
Medium: Chromogenic print

Current Lannan Art Collection