Photo Diary: Victoria F. Gaitán’s Solo Exhibition at the Conner Contemporary Art Gallery in Washington D.C.

Photo Diary Photo Gallery / November 9, 2011
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Meets Obsession attended Washington D.C. photographer, Victoria F. Gaitán’s solo exhibition at the Conner Contemporary Art gallery.

Gaitán’s work focuses on female subjects, and in the past several years, she has created provocative images of women that evoke in us a sense of beauty, chaos and at times, decay.

In person, her look is as compelling as her photographs. With mermaid-like, flaxen blonde hair, and a tattooed body, Gaitán stood tall and striking in her black, feather-trimmed dress and ruby red slippers like those of Dorothy’s from the Wizard of Oz.

We are in love with her and her work, and were pleased to see so many of D.C.’s finest art patrons at her showing.

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