Books and Catalogues

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Book: On Death
Editors: Kris Graves, Roula Seikaly, Jon Feinstein
KGP, New York, NY, 2019.
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Catalog: Eyes Open Slowly
Essayist: Faith McClure, "Unraveling: The Elegiac in Eyes Open Slowly", The Light Factory, 2015.
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Catalog: Compound Lens
Editor: Sam Yates, University of Tennessee Graphic Arts, 2015.
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Book: Rich Community: An Anthology of Appalachian Photographers
Editor: David Underwood, Sapling Grove Press, 2015.
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Book: Creatures: Kiernan Gallery, Lexington, VA, 2013
Articles and Reviews

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Barcelona Foto Biennale 2018, Space Nau Bostik, Barcelona, SPAIN
https://www.thegalaawards.com/5th-bienniaal-of-fine-art-documentary-photography/
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Online Exhibition: Now You Don't: Photography and Extinction
Essayist: Stephanie Amon, In The In-Between: Journal of New and New Media Photography, December, 2018.
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Flamming, Liz. "Transitions: States of Being", Art Papers, November/December 2016. p.54
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Website: Muybridge's Horse
Editor: Emma Kisiel, “Constance Thalken: Eyes Open Slowly”, 2017
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Catalog: Transitions: States of Being
Essayist: Curator Kirstie Tepper, "Transitions: States of Being", Zuckerman Museum of Art, 2016.
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Mintz, Donna. "The Thought-Provoking "Transitions: States of Being" Tackles Cultural Appropriation", ArtsATL, October 7, 2016. (illus. p. 3)
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Feaster, Felicia. "Georgia Photographers Offer Poetry, Humor, Drama in Group Show", The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, September 13, 2016.
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Dozois, Michelle."Pack Rat Treasure: Ordinary and Odd", The New York Times, C1, (illus. p. 1)
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/07/24/arts/design/the-keeper-collectors-reader-submissions.html?smid=fb-share&_r=0
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Peters, Joshua. “Thalken Photos Capture Artistic Side of Taxidermy”, Charlotte Viewpoint, December 13, 2015. (illus. p. 1, 2)
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Delia, Sarah. “Eyes Open Slowly Explores Art In Taxidermy”, WFAE Charlotte’s NPR News Source, December 14, 2015. Includes online article with slide show and audio excerpts from interview
http://wfae.org/post/eyes-open-slowly-explores-art-taxidermy
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Dorothy Joiner. NUMBER: EightyThree: An Independent Arts Journal: "Constance Thalken: Eyes Open Slowly", Summer 2015. (illus. p. 20)
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Faith McClure. ArtsATL: "Constance Thalken's Eyes Open Slowly Profound Meditation on Mortality at Whitespace", May 28, 2015. (illus. p. 1, 2, 4)
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Dan Weiskopf. BurnAway: "The Afterlives of Animals: Constance Thalken at Whitespace", June 9, 2015. (illus. p. 1, 2, 3)
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Faith McClure. ArtsATL: "Notable Exhibitions of 2013", January 1, 2014. (illus. p. 1)
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Jason Francisco. ArtsATL: "Photographer and Cancer Survivor Constance Thalken Gives New Meaning to “Personal”, February 4, 2013. (illus. p. 1, 3, 5)
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Lilly Lampe. BurnAway: "The Power of 1.2 cm= at Whitespace Gallery", January 23, 2013. (illus. p. 1, 2, 3, 4)
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Felicia Feaster. Arts Critic ATL: ""My sweet, sweet," A Dark, Funny, Icky, Outstanding Show at Agnes Scott", February 23, 2011.
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Harper, Misty. DeConform Magazine: “Feature Artists Interview”, Issue 4.1, 2007, p. 4 - 5. (illus. p. 5)
Selected Website Listings

Whitespace Gallery
http://whitespace814.com/
lensculture – Contemporary Photography
https://www.lensculture.com/constance-thalken