(1929 - 2009)
Harriet Tannin was active/lived in New York. Harriet Tannin is known for non objective painting, woven photographs, sculpture.
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Biography Harriet Tannin
Harriet Tannin, photographer, painter, sculptor, political activist, writer and lecturer was born April 26, 1929. She is best known for her modernist, pioneer work with woven photography and her non-objective oil paintings. She is considered the first woman artist in America to weave modern art photography, thus making her the leader in this unique medium.
Tannin holds a BA from New York University, 1951 and a Masters of Fine Art, State University of NY, New Paltz, 1975.
She studied photography with the internationally famous photographer Ansel Adams and painting with a modern master, Rolph Scarlett. Scarlett was the first American artist to exhibit abstract art works next to Kandinsky's art in the original
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