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Laetitia Hussain, KHALSA SERIES, Chisholm Gallery

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This limited edition photographic series uses 250 meters of Khalsa orange cotton turban
material from India (the longest continuous length available) to abstract the Hudson Valley
landscape. In Hindu, Khalsa means pure—something we all long and strive to be. In the spirit
of Andy Goldsworthy and Christo, the fabric and color allows the landscape to be treated as
an infinite canvas through which stories and experiences are expressed. When printed on a
fine, matte Cranes paper, these digital images are rendered with saturated warm tones that
bring out both the textures of the images and the tooth of the paper. The fabric becomes a string
of events which connects and inspires those who discover its travels. The quest for wisdom
and purity is best represented in nature, which informs and inspires all of my work. In future
series, this ongoing project will continue in other parts of the world. —Laetitia Hussain

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Laetitia Hussain, KHALSA SERIES, Chisholm Gallery

  1. 1. P R E S E N T SLaetitia Hussain Khalsa SeriesJEANNE CHISHOLM | CHISHOLM GALLERY | WWW.CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM | 845.373.8370 | INFO@CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM
  2. 2. Laetitia Hussain 2190 º | 31” X 20” | LTD. ED. DIGITAL PRINT 1/16 ON CRANE’S PAPER | $ 1,000 UNFRAMEDJEANNE CHISHOLM | CHISHOLM GALLERY | WWW.CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM | 845.373.8370 | INFO@CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM
  3. 3. Laetitia Hussain THE WOLF | 35” X 20” | LTD. ED. DIGITAL PRINT 1/16 ON CRANE’S PAPER | $ 1,000 UNFRAMEDJEANNE CHISHOLM | CHISHOLM GALLERY | WWW.CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM | 845.373.8370 | INFO@CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM
  4. 4. Laetitia Hussain COMMUNICATION | 26” X 20” | LTD. ED. DIGITAL PRINT 1/16 ON CRANE’S PAPER | $ 1,000 UNFRAMEDJEANNE CHISHOLM | CHISHOLM GALLERY | WWW.CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM | 845.373.8370 | INFO@CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM
  5. 5. Laetitia Hussain WILD IS THE WIND | 20” X 26” | LTD. ED. DIGITAL PRINT 1/16 ON CRANE’S PAPER | $ 1,000 UNFRAMEDJEANNE CHISHOLM | CHISHOLM GALLERY | WWW.CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM | 845.373.8370 | INFO@CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM
  6. 6. Laetitia Hussain VISUDDHIMAGGA | 20” X 35” | LTD. ED. DIGITAL PRINT 1/16 ON CRANE’S PAPER | $ 1,000 UNFRAMEDJEANNE CHISHOLM | CHISHOLM GALLERY | WWW.CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM | 845.373.8370 | INFO@CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM
  7. 7. Laetitia Hussain RAW MATERIAL | 35 1/2” X 20” | LTD. ED. DIGITAL PRINT 1/16 ON CRANE’S PAPER | $ 1,000 UNFRAMEDJEANNE CHISHOLM | CHISHOLM GALLERY | WWW.CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM | 845.373.8370 | INFO@CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM
  8. 8. Laetitia Hussain ARTIST STATEMENT | BIOGRAPHY STATEMENT This limited edition photographic series uses 250 meters of Khalsa orange cotton turban material from India (the longest continuous length available) to abstract the Hudson Valley landscape. In Hindu, Khalsa means pure—something we all long and strive to be. In the spirit of Andy Goldsworthy and Christo, the fabric and color allows the landscape to be treated as an infinite canvas through which stories and experiences are expressed. When printed on a fine, matte Cranes paper, these digital images are rendered with saturated warm tones that bring out both the textures of the images and the tooth of the paper. The fabric becomes a string of events which connects and inspires those who discover its travels. The quest for wisdom and purity is best represented in nature, which informs and inspires all of my work. In future series, this ongoing project will continue in other parts of the world. — Laetitia Hussain BIO Born in Marseille in 1976, Laetitia Hussain has lived in France, Syria, New York City and the Hudson Valley. A graduate of SUNY Purchase (BFA), she works in many media including drawing, installations, sculpture, painting, printmaking, and photography. She has recently exhibited in New York State at Galerie Hirondelle in Millbrook, Terenchin Fine Art in Catskill, Deffebach Gallery in Hudson, and has shown work at other public and private venues in Albany, New York City, et al. She currently lives and maintains her studio in Hudson.JEANNE CHISHOLM | CHISHOLM GALLERY | WWW.CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM | 845.373.8370 | INFO@CHISHOLMGALLERY.COM

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