Places In Between – The Exhibition
Collection of images featuring jewelry created by Chicago designer Margaret Buckman. Exhibition opening night February 3rd 2017 Chiang Mai Thailand.

 

“Places In Between” is a photographic project about transformation. It examines the relationship between women, their cultural heritage, and the garments and they wear. It presents two opposite scenarios. One scenario examines the link between clothing and culture and its effect when it is used to dictate or assign a role or rank within society. The other scenario examines the transformation of identity as the garment is used to punctuate cultural origins and act as a means of expression.

 

Project Management: Marie P. Anderson
Jewelry: Margaret Buckman
Models: Tia Bat, Juliet Wang, and Maey Basri
Makeup: Jeannie Giannone
Hair: Mariefel Lagatuz Westa



All Color – NUE Magazine
Shot at MegaMall Logan Square Chicago

 

Published in NUE Magazine this editorial features wardrobe by GILDA Boutique of Hyde Park Chicago and styling by Rosie Mae Turner

 

Models: Danielle Maddox and Clarissa Jorgensen
Stylist: Rosie Mae Turner
Wardrobe: GILDA Boutique



Charmed
Collection of images featuring jewelry created by Chicago designer Margaret Buckman. Published in Haute Couture Chicago.

 

Jewelry: Margaret Buckman
Model: Danielle Maddox
Makeup: Shannon Rodriguez
Hair: Aileen Nunez



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Goodbye Old Friend

The last days of Old Gray who stood at the corner of Grand, Milwaukee, and Halsted. For years this structure served as a local landmark of multifarious opinions. Some saw it as an eyesore while others recognized it as an informal guardian who watched over your vehicle as you danced the night away in neighborhood clubs. Some used it as a canvas or makeshift gallery to showcase a weekly rotation of street art. Regardless of opinion it marks the end of a time period in River West. One where grit and grime are being replaced with chic and sleek. This photo essay is dedicated to Old Gray. I’ve known you as long as I’ve known this city. Goodbye old friend. May all those who sought refuge in your embrace find a new resting place.

 

 

 

Zenza Bronica 6×6 medium format on Lomo Pro XP slide film

Printed collection is 24×24 inch canvas, impasto coated, set in a floating frame.



The Hands of Time
“The Hands of Time” is a project inspired by hand gestures used in Lanna dance throughout history and into the present day. It examines their evolution through time and establishes a visual timeline where each incarnation of the movement resides in a continuous stream of forward motion. The result is a cross section of performances presenting an array of movements and gestures that represent the ever-changing nature of existence

 

 

 

 

Digital images

Squares are 30×30 / Rectangles are 24×36 or 36×24

Numbered collection printed on German etching paper

Mounted to a floating plaque