Hamptonite and photographer Diana Frank debuts an ethereal exhibition that benefits the greater good.
The work of photographer and Hamptonite Diana Frank will be on view at Tripoli Gallery in Wainscott starting Aug. 7.
“There is something incredibly sacred about a woman photographing another women,” explains photographer Diana Frank. “In this body of work, I am photographing women I know and love,” she says of her exhibition On Gossamer Wings, opening at Tripoli Gallery in Wainscott Aug. 7. “I am so grateful and feel tremendous honor for the trust that these women have placed in me and their willingness to allow themselves to be vulnerable.
The exchange is heavenly. To show someone, a sister, how truly magnificent she is… is the greatest gift to me.” Hundred percent of the profits will be donated to Sanctuary for Families—an NYC-based organization that aids and empowers survivors of domestic and gender-based violence. “These victims include women, transgender persons and children who are oftentimes homeless and living in fear while fleeing from their perpetrators,” says Frank. “During these unprecedented times, the need for these services has escalated to a heartbreaking level right here in our beloved NYC, inspiring me to create this unique body of work to lend my support.” 26 Ardsley Road, Wainscott