Boston, MA, United States
Anne Rearick's humanist vision is documentary in nature, but also uniquely personal. Rearick works on long term projects, photographing over the course of years, and in doing so, deepens relationships and her understanding of people and place.
Rearick received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1990 and has worked as a photographer and educator for the past 25 years.
She has been the recipient of numerous awards and grants, most notably a Guggenheim fellowship to photograph the culture of amateur boxing, the European Mosaique prize to explore rural communities of Italy and Scotland, a Fulbright fellowship to France and two Mass Cultural Council grants.
Three monographs of Rearick’s work have been published: Miresicoletea, on rural life and culture in the French Basque country in 2003, Township, an exploration of post-apartheid South Africa, and a collection of photographs from her artist residency in the French Mediterranean port of the same name Sète 17 was produced in 2017. Public collections include the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, the Centre Nationale de L’Audiovisuel in Luxembourg, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Rearick is distributed internationally by Agence Vu, Paris and is represented by Galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière, Paris.