January 12 – March 5, 2017
Reception January 14, 7 – 8:30
In “A Story of Rose’s,” Larry Volk tells the story of his mother, Rosette Volk, a Holocaust survivor. He explores his mother’s life experiences during and after the Holocaust as an act of remembrance and investigation.
Volk’s series, “A Story of Rose’s,” is featured in the Atelier Gallery at the Griffin Museum of Photography as part of “Legacy. Migration. Memory.” from January from January 12th through March 5th, 2017. An opening reception will take place on January 14thth, 2017 from 7-8:30pm.
Volk explains, “As an artist I am interested in personal narratives, not as ends unto themselves but rather, as vehicles for larger ideas that extend beyond the life of a particular individual. The exploration of my mother’s complex story finds identity, loss, adaptation and rebuilding.”
Larry Volk is an artist, educator, lecturer and author. He received his MFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design. Currently, Volk is a professor of photography in the School of Visual and Performing Arts at Endicott College. Volk has lectured on subjects like digital imaging, portfolio production and art practice. He has served as a portfolio reviewer and juror to multiple national photo competitions.
As an artist, Volk has been in numerous group shows including the Flash Forward Festival and “[Photo]gogues 2014.” Most recently he has had a solo exhibition at the Bromfield Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts. Volk’s work is included in private and museum collections.
Volk has also served as president of the Endicott College Faculty association and has now been a member of the Executive Board of the Association since 2007.