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March 01-04, 2018

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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Toni Pepe

Toni
Pepe

SPE Member since 2006
Member Chapter: Northeast

Toni Pepe

SPE member since 2006
Installment (from series The Gesture of Tradition)
Archival Inkjet

Toni Pepe

SPE member since 2006
Installment (from series The Gesture of Tradition)
Archival Inkjet

Toni Pepe

SPE member since 2006
Installment (from series The Gesture of Tradition)
Archival Inkjet

Toni Pepe

SPE member since 2006
Installment (from series The Gesture of Tradition)
Archiva Inkjet

Toni Pepe

SPE member since 2006
Installment (from series The Gesture of Tradition)
Archival Inkjet

Toni Pepe

SPE member since 2006
Installment (from series The Gesture of Tradition)
Archival Inkjet

Toni Pepe

SPE member since 2006
Untitled (from series Angle of Repose)
Archival Inkjet

Toni Pepe

SPE member since 2006
Untitled (from series Angle of Repose)
Archival Inkjet

Toni Pepe

SPE member since 2006
Untitled (from series Angle of Repose)
Archival Inkjet

Toni Pepe

SPE member since 2006
Untitled (from series Angle of Repose)
Archival Inkjet

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Toni Pepe is a Boston-based artist currently teaching at Boston University. Her photographs and installation work address the construction of identity and the performativity of narrative, gender, and memory. Toni is most interested in utilizing photography as a forum for interdisciplinary exploration -- she often employs literature, gastronomy, and cinema as source materials for her work. She has exhibited her images throughout the United States and abroad. Toni's work has been displayed in solo exhibitions at the University of Notre Dame and the Center for Photography Woodstock. In addition, Toni was recently named a 2011 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship Program finalist.

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