Showing at The Foundation Centre of Photography in Poland in June, Alison Brady will exhibit her latest series of large scale photographs. Brady’s photographs invite the viewer into an uncomfortable event or situation. The subject (be it Brady’s friends or strangers) are captured in precarious, oftentimes intimate and exaggerated, moments in time. Identity, body and trauma are central themes in Brady’s photographs. Her strong lighting, careful usage of decayed suburban environments and choice of character supports her sensual and horrific aesthetic. Brady, a Brooklyn based artist, earned an MFA from the School Of Visual Arts in New York and a BFA, School of Art, Architecture, Design & Planning in Ohio.