Location : Cambridge, Massachusetts
Phone : +1 617 413 4934
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STATEMENT :  My photography is rooted in memory – subjective and of the heart. I seek something I cannot always grasp, and my past, my experiences, frame that search. The places I photograph reveal traces of myself and the images that result are reflections of my journey, like dreams faintly remembered.

ABOUT :  Tamar Granovsky is a Boston-based photographer. In 2018 she was named LensCulture’s Top 50 Emerging Talents. She has been included in various juried group exhibitions including the 5th Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography in Barcelona; Photography Now 2017, at the Center for Photography in Woodstock; and the 22nd Juried Show: Peter Urban Legacy Exhibition at the Griffin Museum. Her first solo show, at Cambridge’s Multicultural Arts Center, is scheduled for September 2019.

Prior to her career as a photographer, Tamar had several solo and group exhibitions, in Canada, in mixed media sculpture installation and was a recipient of a Canada Council Exploration Program Grant. Her pursuit of photography follows a career in sculpture, with a 17-year hiatus from the arts, as an archivist. The reflective, evocative, and grounding properties of the medium feed Tamar’s love for photographic work.  

Tamar's work is available for purchase and exhibition. Please contact her for more information:


  • This Miracle, Multicultural Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts - 2019

  • feet of clay, cage of rib, Artcite, Windsor, Ontario - 1994

  • Learning to Breathe Again, Neutral Ground, Regina, Saskatchewan - 1991

  • Learning to Breathe, Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary, Alberta - 1990


  • The FENCE 2019 : 8th Edition Regional Photographers Showcase (an outdoor photography exhibition series in Atlanta, GA; Boston, MA; Brooklyn, NY; Calgary, AB; Denver, CO; Houston, TX; Sarasota, FL; and Seattle, WA), Boston, Massachusetts - 2020

  • Top 40, Jurors: Bryan Barcena and Nicholas Barlow, LACDA, Los Angeles, California - 2019

  • Home, Jurors: Mia Dalglish & Lisa Woodward, Southeast Center for Photography, Greenville, South Carolina - 2019

  • LensCulture Emerging Talents, KlompChing Gallery, Brooklyn, New York - 2018

  • interiors, Juror: Elizabeth Avedon, A Smith Gallery, Johnson City, Texas - 2018

  • 5th Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography, Barcelona, Spain - 2018

  • Shift Invitational 2018, Shift Gallery, Seattle, Washington - 2018

  • Quien? Que? Donde?, Griffin at Lafayette City Center, Boston, Massachusetts - 2018

  • Photography Atelier 27, Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, Massachusetts - 2018

  • Photography Now 2017, Juror: William Ewing, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, New York - 2017

  • The Curated Fridge, Juror: Arlette Kayafas, Somerville, Massachusetts - 2017

  • The Curated Fridge and Photoville, Juror: Aline Smithson, Somerville, Massachusetts - 2016

  • The Curated Fridge, Juror: Paula Tognarelli, Somerville, Massachusetts - 2016

  • 22nd Juried Show: Peter Urban Legacy Exhibition, Juror: Elizabeth Avedon, Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, Massachusetts - 2016

  • Belles Go Blitz, Belgo Building, Montreal, Quebec - 1994

  • et les vies s'eclabousseraient de bleu, Centre Interculturel Strathearn, Montreal, Quebec - 1994

  • Small Events, OCCURENCE, Montreal, Quebec - 1993

  • Groundwork, TRUCK: an artist run centre, Calgary, Alberta - 1991

  • The Works, Manulife Place, Edmonton, Alberta - 1989


  • The Biennial Grant (Shortlisted) - 2018

  • LensCulture Emerging Talents Award - 2018

  • Honourable Mention: Fine Art Category. 12th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers - 2018

  • Runner Up : Abstract & Still Life. 11th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers - 2018

  • Exploration Program of the Canada Council - 1992


  • Casa Na Ilha Art Residence, Ilhabela, Sao Paulo, Brazil - 2017


  • The Best of LensCulture. Vol. 3. Schilt Publishing, 2019

  • Aint-Bad Magazine, Article by Nicole Hawkins, January 13, 2019

  • et les vies s'eclabousseraient de bleu : reviewed by Marie-Michel Cron, Le Devoir, March 19, 1994

  • Small Events : reviewed by Henry Lehman, The Mirror, Movember 11-17, 1993

  • Small Events : interview on Radio Canada AM, Emission RADAR, November 22, 1993

  • Groundwork : reviewed by Nancy Tousley, Calgrary Herald, January 25, 1991


  • MS (Archives Management) Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts - 1996

  • MFA (Sculpture) The University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta - 1990

  • BFA (Sculpture) Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec - 1988

  • Sheridan College School of Craft and Design (Textiles), Mississauga, Ontario - 1982 - 1984

  • York University (English Literature), Downsview, Ontario - 1980


  • Taught three (3) mixed media sculpture classes at The New School. Dawson College, Montreal, Quebec - 1992-1993

Photographs from the project “Siren Song” installed at the Griffin Museum of Photography. Photo Credit: Natalie Schaefer, 2018.

Photographs from the project “Siren Song” installed at the Griffin Museum of Photography. Photo Credit: Natalie Schaefer, 2018.