- Bezreh, Tanya.
- 1 photobook: ink and paper; 9 x 11.5 in., in cardboard enclosure.
- Exhibited in "A Place Aside: Artists and Their Partners," in the Kinsey Institute Gallery, September 28 through December 20, 2-12. "A Place Aside," organized by guest curator Garrett Hansen, featured images from nine contemporary photographers working in the United States, China, Brazil, and Japan: Jeff Moerchen, Alexis Culver, Audim Culver, Gustavo Gomes, Yuhki Touyama, Fabien Seguin, Julie Barnofski, Garrett Hansen, and Tanya Bezreh. Made with Apple iPhoto.
- Artist's statement: "This book was a Christmas present for Theodore (whom I was experimentally nicknaming "Thermadore"). Then we were dating, now we are married. I made this book to show him how beautiful he is and also what a joyous like he was living. I mean, even though we were living these experiences, I wanted to reset his self-concept. But it also simply captures the first year of our relationship; those early skeptical looks. Him smoking in the car, which he doesn't do anymore! The opening quote is excerpted from his first email to me. The ending is when we took a Bollywood dance class and performed at a Diwali concert; it was a stretch for both of us but for him it was inconceivable. Love really reset both of our self-concepts."
- Kinsey subjects
- Book arts. Photography. Heterosexual life styles. Men in art. Women in art.