Larry W. Cook lives and works in Washington, DC. Cook’s socially critical work includes photography, video, and conceptual art. He teaches photography at Howard University. Cook received his MFA in 2012 from George Washington University and has since exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions in the United States. These include Baltimore Museum of Art, Katzen Arts Center, MoMA PS.1, Rush Arts Gallery, and Walters Art Museum. Cook is the winner of the Best of Show Award of the Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards 2017 and was a nominee for the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition 2019 of the National Gallery.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has constrained our ability to physically host artists in Syracuse, Light Work has responded innovatively to offer continued support in the form of remote residencies. The remote residency experience support artists in developing their artistic practice from their home or designated studio space. In addition to the stipend, artists will benefit from technical, professional, and creative support, as well as the extraordinary freedom to determine their own residency’s shape and timing. Our AIR participants can use their month to pursue their projects: photographing, scanning, printing, editing for book projects, and working closely with our staff for feedback and conversation.