1000 Swan Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Hours: By appointment only, Call (502) 257-2923.
The Human Element: an Experiment with Our Bodies and Others
featuring Marge Royston, Rebecca Rose and Tatiana Rathke
Dates: October 6-November 8, 2019
Events: Opening Reception October 5, 3:00 – 8:00 pm
This exhibition is the first group show put on by this all female photography collective. The exhibition features portraiture,
self-portraits, and fine art nudes all from their personal projects.
This exhibition of each artist’s images has been shaped by their intentional time building community
together as they’ve recently moved into this space, shared knowledge and taken the time to learn and inspire one another.
The three met doing commercial photography work back in 2015 but Swan Street Studio is
the first space they have created and built together.
A short artist talk will happen at the opening reception and select prints will be available for purchase at the venue.
About the Artists
Marge Royston’s passion for photography began when her mother and sister gave her a 35mm camera
when she was a freshman in high school. Motivated to attend college solely by photography and art she went on receive her
BFA from Shepherd University in West Virginia. She has brought her experience as a parent and teacher
of both photography and yoga to her 27 years of experience producing images for advertising, personal art projects,
corporations, and editorial clients throughout the US.
Rebecca Rose is a photographer, artist, and collaborator in Louisville, Kentucky. She began her art career as a student
at the Communication Arts Technology Program at Jefferson Community and Tech Collage in 2013, where she received her degree
in commercial photography. Currently Rebecca freelances in commercial studios, photographing products,
as well as in her own studio where she creates portraits.
Tatiana Rathke is a visual artist and photographer who creates dream-like, colorful portraits, digital collages, and installation art.
She studied art and communication at Bellarmine University, currently works for Donna Lawrence Productions,
a film production company helping to make large-scale immersive films for national museums, and was
part of the 2019 class of Hadley Creatives.