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Randi Shenkman, Photographer

​I photograph slices of the world as they speak to me.


WGBY Masterpiece Ball 2016


Habana, Cuba 2016

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​​Current places  where my work can be seen and purchased:

Art & Ives Fine Art and Crafts Show, Ives Concert Park, Danbury, CT, Satuday, June 10 and Sunday, June 11 from 10am to 5pm.  My booth is in Picasso Place.​  Come see some of my photographs of Habana, Cuba taken this past February.

The fourth annual One show presented by Arts Worcester at the Aurora Gallery, 600 Main St., Worcester.  My piece is Visiting History.  This show runs from June 10 - 30, 2016.

Nowhere/Everywhere: 2016 marks the 500th anniversary of “Utopia” by Sir Thomas More, who in 1516 devised the rhetorical conceit that gave rise to a literary genre. Ever since Sir Thomas More invented the word "utopia"—a “non-place” and a “nowhere”—writers, artists and philosophers have re-imagined society to examine imaginary, unprecedented, impossible or lost versions of societies at large. Human “perfectibility” is a key concept to More’s invention, as Roland Schaer describes in his essay, “Utopia: Space, Time, History the Ideal Society,” “Utopia” is: 

     achieved solely by human means…Utopia’s first prerequisite, therefore, is humanitas, humanity

     as a  virtue….More’s maneuver consists in showing the ways in which the other world pertains to this

     one—hence the many paradoxes and ruses of this reasoned utopia, this realist fiction, this serious


In anticipation of celebrating the 500th anniversary of Utopia, the Thompson Gallery is presenting works of art that examine the genres of utopia and dystopia with regard to the human conflict or dilemma within societal structures.

The show runs from April 1 to June 18 at the Thompson Gallery, The Cambridge School of Weston, 45 Georgian Road,  Weston, MA 02493   The opening reception is on April 1 from 4 to 7.