E. Brady Robinson

E. Brady Robinson is a photographer based in Washington, DC. She divides her time between personal art projects and commissioned work. Her documentary Art Desks was recently published by Daylight Books with essay by Andy Grundberg and distributed by ARTBOOK D.A.P. Addison Ripley Fine Art represents her work. She received her BFA in photography from The Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland and her MFA in photography from Cranbrook Art Academy in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Her photographs have been exhibited nationally at Addison/Ripley Fine Art, Civilian Art Projects, FotoWeekDC and Atlanta Celebrates Photography. Robinson’s photographs have received front-page feature in the Washington Post, broadcast on Channel One Russia TV, PDN Photo of the Day, Feature Shoot among others.

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Scenes From Jesusland

“Scenes from Jesusland documents the spectacle of a Christian theme
park located in Orlando, Florida. Humor and irony are combined within a documentary approach to examine hyperreality and the appropriation of Bible narratives. I focus on the theatrical setting, which includes a replica of ancient Jerusalem, biblical exhibits and tourist interactions with the simulated environment. These images examine the curious crossroad of religion with tourism and commodity culture.

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This project started in 2006 when I purchased a Jerusalem Gold Pass for $100, granting free year round admission to the Holy Land Experience located across from the Mall of Millennia in Orlando, Florida. This work was first featured during FotoWeekDC in November 2008 at Heineman Myers Contemporary Art in Bethesda, Maryland and Orlando Museum of Art in May 2010.”

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To view more or Brady’s work, please visit her website.



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