Molly Matalon

Molly Matalon. Photo by Bobby Doherty

“I think there’s a power to the simplicity of  pulling back and just showing what is in front of you. That inherently becomes timeless.”

– Molly Matalon

Molly Matalon (1991) is a photographer born and raised in South Florida. She received her BFA in photography from The School of Visual Arts in New York City. Her work deals with desire, idealization, and power dynamics, flexing a gaze that empowers and provides a rarely seen female photographic viewpoint. This sincere and personal language is carried through into her editorial work and can be seen in The New York Times, M Le Monde, Interview Magazine and Wallpaper. She has had two monographs published by Vuu Studio. In April 2020 Palm* Studios released ‘When a man loves a woman’. Matalon has exhibited work with Vogue Italia, Webber Gallery and Micamera, in The United States and internationally. She currently lives and works in New York.

Her book here
Her website here

Exhibition in collaboration with Micamera

Playing for Keeps
Molly Matalon & Caroline Tompkins
curated by Jamie Allan Shaw
Micamera, Milan 23rd May – 29th June 2019

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