Caroline Clerc

Associate Professor of Teaching and Director of General Education Curriculum

Caroline Clerc

Caroline Clerc is a Los Angeles-based artist working in photography. Her work posits landscapes as complex sites of recognition and cultural construction, pointing to the history of painting and landscape photography. Photographs taken from walks are composited to create new artificial, yet familiar, landscapes. Her MFA is from University of California, Santa Barbara and her work has been exhibited in Los Angeles and nationally including Track 16 Gallery, PØST, Elephant, Miller Durazo, Frumkin/Duval Gallery, The Brewery, LMan Gallery and Refusalon. Residencies include Obracadobra, Oaxaca, Mexico; Millay Colony for the Arts, New York; and the Nordic Artists’ Centre Dale, Norway.

Email clerc@usc.edu
Valley
Dark Lake
River
Cascade
Hollow
Velocity
Battle
Bisect
Swarm
Tower