Highlighting ROAM Gallery Artist
Corinne DiPietro Photography
Photographer Corinne DiPietro seeks unexpected beauty in the banal, or perhaps bruised. She explores the in-between or overlooked spaces within our communities or selves, with empathy.
A formalist, she appreciates patina of age and aura of practicality.
Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Corinne resides in Boston. Graduating with Honors from the New England School of Photography she has a studio in the SOWA Art Design District.
Her work has been juried into shows in the USA Ireland and Canada, including the Annual Juried show at the Griffin Museum of Photography and the Photography Biennial at the Danforth Museum in MA.
ROAM Gallery guest artist Cori DiPietro has been selected to show in the Griffin Photography Museum Annual Juried Show.
Congratulations Cori! We are so proud and happy for you!"
- Jen Daerendinger (Founder/Roam Gallery)
Common Pigeons was selected by the Griffin Museum Executive Director and Curator, Paula Tognarelli, for the Aviary group exhibit coming to the Lafayette City Center Gallery in March. Thank you Paula!
Corinne’s image "SYNAPSES" has been selected by juror Mark Sink as an Honorable Mention in the BLACK AND WHITE 2017 Call for Entry at the New York Center For Photographic Arts. Over 1600 entries were received.
Black and White 2017 is on view from:
April 17 - 28th, 2017.
The Pizza Boy Always Rings Twice - by Corinne DiPietro
In the style of Film Noir, Neo Noir, and classic horror genres, Food Noir is a creative expression of a complex attitude towards food. Inspired by words, imagery and attitude from Stanley Kubrick, Raymond Chandler and Alfred Hitchcock these self portraits let me to share a dark sense of humor.
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