You can imagine the level of my nervousness when I was walking towards Lorna Simpson's studio, getting ready to interview her. After years of admiring her work, I was going to meet the Lorna Simpson face to face!
|photo by George Pitts|
Simpson's cool and calm attitude didn't do much to calm my nerves but I soon found myself talking to her about everything from her first exposure to art as a child, motherhood, being married to another artist and so much more.
I hope you enjoy reading my feature/interview with fine art photographer and artist Lorna Simpson for Aleim Magazine, with beautiful portraits by photographer George Pitts.
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