Angela Jimenez Photography
Festie, crowd surfing, 2006, by Angela Jimenez
Night Stage raising crew, listening, 2006, by Angela Jimenez
Acoustic Stage wood, 2006, by Angela Jimenez
Angela Jimenez is a queer photo journalist based in Brooklyn, New York. In August 2009 she published her first book:
Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival
by photographer Angela Jimenez
Published: August 2009
Limited edition run of 1000 copies self-published by Angela Jimenez Photography, 120 pages, hardcover. Black & White and Color photographs.
‘Welcome Home’ is the first documentary photography project about the tight-knit, all-female worker community that has been building and operating the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, one of the oldest and largest lesbian-feminist-separatist gatherings in the world, on private land in Michigan, USA since 1976. (The above photos are from Angela Jimenez’ Welcome Home project. Above right: The cover of Welcome Home.)
At the moment you can see two exhibitions by Angela Jimenez in New York:
Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival.
The LGBT Center in New York is showing the photos of Angela Jimenez’ Welcome Home project through April 16, 2010 at The Campbell Soady Gallery.
Racing Age – An Exhibition Of Images Of master’s Track & Field Atheletes by Angela Jimenez. On view March 16-April 4, 2010, at Superfine, 126 Front Street, (F train to York Street), Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 243-9005, USA
Photographer Angela Jimenez’ website