Lost & Found

Photographs by Edie Bresler & Caleb Cole

February 12th - March 15th

Opening Reception:  Tuesday, February 19th 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Garner Center for Photographic Exhibitions
274 Moody St, Waltham, MA 02453

Lost & Found

Boston-based artists Edie Bresler and Caleb Cole select works from recent projects focusing on found and appropriated images which are transformed through intervention and imagination into narratives on love, loss and longing. Alternative processes and mixed-media applications transport the viewer into imagined realities, both fantastical and true. 

Edie Bresler is a 2017 recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council fellowship in Photography. Her projects have been featured on Good Morning America and PBS Greater Boston as well as in Photograph Magazine, Lenscratch, Slate, Photo District News, Business Insider, Esquire Russia and many other publications. Her recent exhibits include Gallery Kayafas in Boston, International Photography Festival, in Pingyao China, and Davis Orton Gallery, and Photoville, in New York. Bresler’s photographs are part of permanent collections at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, and the Danforth Museum of Art. She has a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, NYC and an MFA from LUCAD, Boston. She lives in Somerville, MA with her son and leads the photography program at Simmons College.


Born in Indianapolis, Caleb Cole is a former altar server, scout, and 4-H Grand Champion in Gift Wrapping. His mother instilled in him a love of garage sales and thrift stores, where he developed a fascination with the junk that people leave behind. Cole is a 2015 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellow, 2013 Hearst 8x10 Biennial Winner, 3-time Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Winner, 2011 St. Botolph Club Foundation Emerging Artist Award winner, 2011 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship Finalist, 2009 Artadia Award winner, and a 2009 Photolucida Critical Mass finalist. He exhibits regularly at a variety of national venues and has held solo shows in Boston, New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, among others. His work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Newport Art Museum, Brown University Art Museum and Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art. He is represented by Gallery Kayafas, Boston.