Danielle Ezzo navigates the photographic medium with a discursive interest in the "edges" of photography and its relationship to the historical, technological and the ever-growing “new aesthetic” and how it meets the human form. Her practice involves connecting the visceral, optical and conceptual relationships with one another by creating a new visual taxonomy for looking at the figure through a post photographic lens.

dose projects exhibitions

Phantom Limb, 2016 (w/Sophie Kahn)


Lower East Side Girls Club


Brooklyn, NY USA

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Previously Featured Projects

Figure Study, 3
archival inkjet print on pearl paper
14"H x 11"W
open edition