‘Poshlust’ at Speakeasy Gallery
BRECKENRIDGE- Dillon photographer Nicole Zador’s solo exhibition will be featured at the Speakeasy Gallery in Breckenridge this month. “Poshlust” features images captured during her travels from the last five years.
The title of the show pays homage to a term coined by the Russian novelist Vladimir Nabokov, to express the intersection of the brutal and banal. Zador’s geometric works are the artist’s attempt to reconcile the seemingly contradictory forces of nature that do, counter to reason, co-exist. Her work, which draws heavily on architectural themes and the play of light and shadow, attempts to create a dialogue on such dualities as otherness and belonging, contradiction and corroboration.Zádor, originally from New York City, has been living in Summit County since 2002. She is a student of Colorado Mountain College and has been studio manager for LITfoto Lifestyles Photography in Dillon since February of 2006.
Zador is a member of Working With Artists and the Colorado Jewish Artists Guild. Her work has been shown at several locations throughout Colorado, including the Flash Gallery in Belmar. This is her first solo show.
“Poshlust” runs from today through April 22 at the Speakeasy Gallery in the Breckenridge campus of Colorado Mountain College. An opening reception for the show will be held Saturday from 6-9 p.m.