Sadie Wechsler (b. Seattle, WA) is an artist working primarily with photography. Her work questions a static landscape, replacing it with one that blurs imagined, historical and rational states. She received a Masters of Fine Arts in Photography from Yale University School of Art in 2013 and a Bachelors of Arts from Bard College in 2007. She has an extensive exhibition history and has participated in The Arctic Circle and Anderson Ranch Residencies. She was a runner-up for the Aperture Prize and the Betty Bowen award. Her work is in the collection of the Yale University Library, The Getty Research Institute and the Hammer Art Museum. Sadie published her first monograph entitled Part I: Redo in 2016.
ART 120 - Photography I
ART 220/320- Photography II/III