Beata Mamrol was born in Philadelphia, PA and is currently living and working in Brooklyn, NY.
Her current work A Lifelong Dance explores the desire, celebration and turmoil of human connection. When asked by someone what love was, Mamrol described it as being like a lifelong dance. One in which partners could separate, change and circulate while always remaining aware of and being able to return to each other. The connecting lines which signify the impact each person has to the next, form the abstract figures suspended in motion.
Simultaneously being developed is Relations in Words. At ten years old, Mamrol set out to make a book of twenty-five poems for her parents as a Christmas gift, but never finished. Twelve years later with changes to the relationships, she completed the book and continues to write about her family, friends, lovers and strangers.
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BFA in Photography / minor in Philosophy | Pratt Institute | May 2018
Spring Fling Grand Salon Show | Greenpoint Gallery | Brooklyn, NY | April 12
Land, Sea, Air | F-Stop Magazine Issue #90 | Online | August 1 - September 30
Chania International Photo Festival | Blank Wall Gallery | Chania, Greece | August 28 - September 5
Altered Image | F-Stop Magazine Issue #89 | Online | June 1 - July 31
Hive Mind | Pratt Institute Manhattan Gallery | Manhattan, NY | May 9 - May 23
Negotiations | Puffin Cultural Forum | Teaneck, NJ | March 11 - April 30
Framing Space | Pratt Institute Photography Gallery | Brooklyn, NY | March 5 - March 9
The Essence of Monochrome | The Stockholm Diary | Ferencvárosi Művelődési Központ, Budapest, Hungary |
November 24, 2017 - January 6, 2018
Geometric | AntoNova Gallery | Online | November 1 - December 31st
Unity | Blended Volume I | Publication | in production
MONO Group Exhibition | PH21 Gallery | Budapest, Hungary | May 11 - June 6
Spring Grand Salon Show | Green Point Gallery | Brooklyn, NY | April 7
People’s Choice Spring Salon Show | Green Point Gallery | Brooklyn, NY | March 24
Distinction in Photography | Pratt Institute | 2018