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see here Elena Dorfman, a fine art photographer based in Los Angeles, is known for her intensive portrait series that examine the myriad subcultures that color North America and elsewhere. Dorfman’s highly refined pictures combine searing beauty with atypical subject matter and turn the “documentary” tradition on its head. Identity—sexual, social or cultural—is a root element of her work, a continuing theme being the blurred lines that separate fantasy and reality. Still Lovers, a body of work that brought Dorfman international acclaim, focuses on the domestic lives of men and women who devote themselves to life-size, anatomically correct sex dolls. Dorfman’s intent is not to exploit the obvious deviancy of these sexual surrogates, but rather to reveal the fascinating secret world of intimacy between flesh and silicone.

http://parcelsinc.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://parcelsinc.com/who-we-are/ Elena Dorfman’s 2007 series, Fandomania: Characters & Cosplay, explored the world of costume play–a pop-cultural phenomenon exported from Japan. The subjects in this series are extreme fans who frequent conventions worldwide, and who dress up and live as characters from video games, Japanese manga, and anime. A book of the same title has been published by Aperture.

http://koelewijnharing.nl/wp-content/cache/et/491/et-core-unified-15026919931751.m The Pleasure Park, Elena Dorfman’s most recent body of work, is a comprehensive look at the world of thoroughbred horse racing and jockeys. Dorfman has created a 5-minute panoramic film that both reconstructs a horse race and explores the milieu of the track. As companion pieces, Dorfman produced a 1-hour video that gazes quietly at jockeys, revealing both their power and vulnerability. Photographic portraits of racehorses in a studio setting present the formidable and sinewy animals off the track, deprived of visual cues. Although the ritual and pageantry of the race are alluded to in the accoutrement represented, the animals are suspended in motion, removed from the culture of commodity and winning at any cost. The intent behind The Pleasure Park is to capture the poise and resilience of the fleeting animal in space while placing the spectator directly in the racing environment, creating an overwhelming sensation of the beauty of the physical form and sheer force of these athletes.

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Born Boston, Massachusetts
Lives and works in Los Angeles

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1987 University of Vienna, Austria
1988 Bachelor of Arts, Sarah Lawrence College


San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA, “Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance, and the Camera Since 1870 (Group Exhibition)
Triennale di Milano, Milan, Italy (Group Exhibition)
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, “The 1%”, two-panel video installation for “Small Scale/Big Change”
Ann Tower Gallery, Lexington, KY, “The Pleasure Park”
Modernism Gallery, San Francisco, CA, “The Pleasure Park”
U.S. Embassy, Stockholm, Sweden, “Transparency and Transformations in Contemporary American Art”
21c Museum, Louisville, KY, “The Pleasure Park” 3-channel video installation

21c Museum, Louisville, KY, “Pleasure Park: The Horses”
Centro di Cultura Contemporanea Strozzina, Florence, Italy, “Manipulating Reality”

Camera Obscura Galeria de Arte, Madrid, Spain, “Fandomania”
Gallery JRB at the Elms, Oklahoma City, OK, “Fandomania”

Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York, NY, “Fandomania”

21C Museum, Louisville, KY, “Inaugural Exhibition”
Robert Klein Gallery, Boston, MA, “Still Lovers”
Martha Schneider Gallery, Chicago, IL, “Still Lovers”
Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York, NY, “O, You Beautiful Doll”

Trierenberg AG, Austria, “New Art, New York: Reflections on the Human Condition” (Group Exhibition)
Belfast Exposed, Belfast, Ireland, “Still Lovers”
The Royal Pavilion, Libraries and Museums, Brighton & Hove, Brighton, England, “Guys and Dolls”
Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York, NY, “Still Lovers”

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, “Recent Acquisitions”
New York Arts Magazine Gallery, New York, NY, “AC”

Modernism Gallery, San Francisco, CA, “Valley of the Dolls: Works by Hans Bellmer, Elena Dorfman & David Leventhal: Camerawork, San Francisco, CA, “Exploring Intimacy”

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Fandomania: Characters & Cosplay, text by Carlo McCormick, Aperture, New York, NY

Still Lovers, text by Elisabeth Alexandre, Channel Photographics, New York, NY
Des Poupees et des hommes, text by Elisabeth Alexandre, La Musardine, Paris, France

Here & Now: Stories of Survival, photographs and interviews by Elena Dorfman, Avalon, New York, NY

The C-Word: Teenagers & their Families Living with Cancer, NewSage Press, Portland, OR

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The 1%, 3-minute, 2-panel video for “Small Scale/Big Change,” The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

The Pleasure Park, 5-minute panoramic film with original score
The Pleasure Park: The Jockeys, 1-hour video loop

Costume Play, 5-minute video animation with original score

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Marcello Parilli, Senza Parole, Corriere Della Sera, October 19, 2020
Alessandra Mamm, Art Box, L’espresso, 21 October, 2010
Exposed: Voyeruism, Survelliance, and the Camera Since 1870; SFMOMA publication, 2010
Cherie Louis Turner, Art Ltd. “The Pleasure Park,” July/Aug 2010
Conor Riess, Photo District News: Exposures, “The Pleasure Park,” June 2010
Clayton Maxwell, “The Pleasure Park,” Eyemazing Issue 01-2010
Christopher Bolton, “A Cosplay Photography Sampler,” Mechademia 5: Fanthropologies, Fall 2010
“Elena Dorfman,” Realta Manipolate, Palazzio Strozzi, 2009
Reed Albergotti, “For Exhibit”, The Wall Street Journal, April 30, 2009
“New Work,” Art Daily, April 30, 2009
“Fandomania,” Exit Magazine
“The Anime Within,” Mother Jones Magazine, Nov/Dec 2007
Elisabetta Piatti, “Fandomania,” Zoom, Sept/Oct. 2007
Karen Leigh, “Character Studies,” Entertainment Weekly, June 1, 2007
Jonathon Keats, “The Talk,” San Francisco Magazine, June 2007
“Fandomania,” Jane magazine, June/July 2007
“State of the Art,” Pop Photo, May 29, 2007
“Fandomania,” Jane magazine, June/July 2007
David Lipke, “The Underground World of Cosplay,” DNR, April 23, 2007
Maura Egan, “Imaginary Friends,” New York Times Style Magazine, Spring
Anna Holtzman, “Elena Dorfman: Fandomania,” Eyemazing, 2007
Bo Sondergaard, “Scener fra et dukkehjem,” Magasinet, Denmark
Michael Workman, “Eye Exam Valley of the Dolls,” Newcity Chicago, May 26, 2006
Cassie Riger, “Still Lovers Book Review,” Camerawork, volume 33, Spring/Summer 2006
Meaghan Laslockey, “Just Like A Woman,” Courrier (Japon), June 1, 2006
Sacha Ettinger Epstein, “Guys and Dolls,” Black + White, (Australia), May 2006
Slywia Czubkowska, “LALA Mida,” Przekroj (Poland), No 6/3164, March 2006
Cate McQuaid, “It’s Not What It Looks Like,” Boston Globe, March 9, 2006
Anu Partanen, “Taydelliset naiset,” Image (Norway), March 2006
Felicity Robinson, “Amori di Plastica,” Marie Claire, (Italy), March, 2006
Ian Sattler, “The Fiction We Live,” Swindle, Issue No. 5, January 2006
Susan Morgan, “Road Less Traveled: Elena Dorfman, Still Lovers,” Aperture, November/December 2005
Ilaria Bernardini, “Baciami Stupido,” Rolling Stone (Italy), December 2005
William Hannigan, “Hot Books,” Hotshoe, October/November 2005
Meghan Lasloky, “Just Like A Woman,” Salon.com, October 11, 2005
“Agenda,” Vogue (France) Atûo 2005
Gaël Le Bellego & Julien Blanc-Gras, “Génération Real Dolls,” Max (France), Septembre 2005
“In Play,” Radar Magazine, September/October 2005.
Catherine Castro, “Poupees X,” Marie Claire Homme (France) October 2005
Amanda Doenitz, “Are Skin Pics the Latest Aphrodisiac?” Art on Paper, September/October 2005
Katherine Nguyen, “Risqué Reading,” Picture Magazine, July/August 2005
Werner Bartens, “Lust Aus Dem Labor,” SZ Wissen (Switzerland) May 2005
Gabriela Weiner, “Peinando La Muneca,” Paula, Chili, March 2005
James Gardner, “Art Attack,” New York Post, February 26, 2005
Marta Rebón, “Amor de Plástico,”Lateral Revista de Cultura, Febrero 2005
Julia Morton, “Elena Dorfman,” New York Press, February 16, 2005
Vince Aletti, “Elena Dorfman,” Village Voice, February 2, 2005
“New York,” Photography (France), Jan/Feb. 2005
Kenneth Baker, “Reviews:National,” Art News, January, 2005
“Paris Photo 2004,” Photo (France), November 2004
Suzy Menkes, “At Paris Photo, a Focus on the Power of Women,” International Herald Tribune, 9 November 2004
Simon Hewitt, “At the Fair,” Art & Auction, November 2004
Beatrice de Rochebouet, “Le Pari Contempoain de Paris Photo,” Figaro, 11 November 2004
Anna Holtzman, “Elena Dorfman: Still Lovers,” Eyemazing Gallery 31, Fall 2004
“Best Photography Project,” San Francisco Magazine, October 2004
Kenneth Baker, “Getting Intimate with Guys and ‘Dolls.’” San Francisco Chronicle, July 19, 2003
Marisa S. Olson,” ‘Valley of the Dolls’ At Modernism,” Artweek, September 2003, Volume 34, Issue 7
“Locating Intimacy: The Space Between,” Camerawork, Fall 2003
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