Hannah Price is a photographer studying at the Yale University School of Art to earn her MFA. Price’s work is driven by her life as an African-Mexican-American and her connection and disconnection to the people she sees that look like her. Price has been exhibited by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Gallery 339 in Philadelphia, and the RayKo Photo Center in SanFrancisco. Price has also given talks at RIT and Moore College and been published in American Contemporary Art, The New Yorker, and Prism Magazine.
These photographs document Price’s transition from living in suburban Colorado to the streets of Philadelphia and her interaction with the people in her new surroundings.
“These images are a response to my subjects looking at me, and myself as an artist looking back.”
To see more of Hannah’s work, please visit her website.