Maureen J Haldeman


Maureen J Haldeman

Exhibition Statement

In an era of digital manipulation, filters and color saturation, it is pleasing to see an artist embracing the traditions of monochrome photography. In these artworks Maureen Haldeman reflects upon a classic era of photography when black-and-white dominated – evoking the work of artists such as Man Ray, Edward Weston and Walker Evans – as she explores the way light and shadows enhance the inherent abstraction contained in architecture. All the while, Haldeman eschews the rules of architectural photography in pursuit of a deeper exploration of the interplay between those elements.

Haldeman’s play of light and shadows is reminiscent of the visuals of film noir, playing on the black/white dichotomy and loading the mise-en-scène with associated meanings. These are images about our surroundings, rather than of our surroundings.

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About Maureen J Haldeman

Maureen Haldeman was born in Holland, raised in Montreal and now resides in Malibu, California. After settling in Los Angeles, she established MJH Photography in Malibu, specializing in portraiture and then expanding her photographic horizons to include architectural and street photography. After art history and fine art photography studies at UCLA she began shooting nature – primarily the ocean and its surrounding landscape. Maureen has taught photography and darkroom skills at the College level, done freelance work for publications including The Los Angeles Times, and has been commissioned to do private photographic projects for the entertainment industry. Her work is frequently used in set design for film, television and commercials and her photographs are exhibited in galleries nationally and abroad. In addition to being part of private collections her photographs are also part of the City of Malibu’s public collection and The Bieneke Library at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.

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