Exhibition On view beginning March 2017 Galleries In 2011, Maine-based photographer Tanja Alexia Hollander set out to differentiate the actual from the virtual by photographing all 626 of her Facebook friends. Since then, she has traveled across the globe, setting up in-person meetings in her friends' homes to discover the ways in which friendship is defined, and how permission is granted into one's private-yet also very public-online life.
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What do I think what a real friend is? Well I think a real freind is somebody who treats you right and has you back, also somebody that you really trust, and that stands by you side, and somebody that won't jude you for how you are.
Editor of the New York Times Book Review Pamela Paul's recent column "How to Be Liked By Everyone Online" describes how social media "has upended social and psychological norms" by changing some words to their opposite, or at least giving them a very different gist than they initially had.
A couple of months ago, a portrait of my friends and their daughter appeared on my Facebook timeline. Their friend had arranged to take the portrait for a project documenting all of her 626 Facebook friends. A few weeks later, another one of my friends' portraits appeared in my feed from...
Dan Fletcher was Facebook's managing editor and the co-founder of BEACON, and Tanja Hollander has been traveling the country photographing each of her Facebook friends as part of a photography project, "Are You Really My Friend?" Together, they'll discuss how artists and creatives take social media platforms to interesting limits -- and why brands, artists, musicians, journalists and non profits should take more risks.