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At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_felllini.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_dylan.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_vlad.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_mom_v2.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_damian.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_tracey_v2.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_dad.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_lisa.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_tracey2.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_matt.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.

Glenna Jennings : 18_19matt.jpg

At Table (2006-present)

Serbian mothers, two-buck chuck and taco shop fare collide in Glenna Jennings’ ongoing series At Table, a collection of photographs that investigate and celebrate the everyday act of gathering to eat and drink. Since 2006, Jennings has been documenting her encounters with various social groups throughout the U.S., Europe and Mexico. She turns her lens on a world in which the formalities of the mundane manifest in the common act of food and beverage consumption, portraying the everyday as dramatic spectacle.

Currently, the subjects represented are all members of her own inner circle. This “insider” photography documenting intimate relationships takes its lead from photographers such as Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Elanor Carucci, Tina Barney and others who have turned the lens on their own lives or specific social groups, revealing worlds in which the “other” is simply the person across the table. These images capture awkward, in-between moments when the subjects are no longer posing or playing to the camera. In short, the still world of the photograph invites the audience to contemplate everyday behavior as both performance and cultural artifact.

For the current installation of the project, Jennings has created a series of wallpapers inspired by Kitsch, popular culture and historical pattern-making. These photo-based designs house her imagery in its own micro-universe, evoking the underlying domesticity, humor and reverence inherent to the At Table experience.