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Tanja Hollander

Tanja Hollander Photography
Tanja Hollander was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1972 and she moved to Maine after receiving a B.A. in photography, film, and feminist studies in 1994 from Hampshire College. Her current project “Are you really my friend” was recently exhibited at the Portland Museum of Art, University of Central Missouri, and Phrame in Brussels. Her work has been exhibited nationally at galleries and continues to receive international media attention. Hollander was invited to do a TEDxDirigo talk in 2012 and has lectured at many schools through out the country about this project including University of Maryland, University of Arizona, Clemson University and Facebook Head Quarters. In 1994, Hollander opened and directed Dead Space Gallery, Portland’s first art venue for local art, music, spoken word, and performance. She founded and was the volunteer director of the Bakery Photographic Collective from 2001-2012. Hollander is represented by Carroll and Sons + Jim Kempner Fine Art.