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The same year Hedison showed Ithaka in a solo exhibit at Mews 42 Gallery in London, UK Hedison did a residency with Myriam Blundell Projects: Willums Art Foundation Residency Programme, Pourrieres, France 2011 In 2013, Hedison was selected in the "My Aim Is True" exhibition at the Frostig Collection, Los Angeles with William Eggleston, Vivian Maier, Sebastião Salgado, Cindy Sherman, Taryn Simon, Cy Twombly, Diana Walker and Andy Warhol. In 2016 Hedison exhibited in "Both Sides of Sunset - Photographs of Los Angeles” at Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (with Bruce Davidson, Camilo Jose Vergara, David Drebin, David Maisel, Dennis Keeley, Ed Panar, Ed Ruscha, Florian Maier-Aichen, Gary Leonard, Graciela Iterbide, Grant Mudford, John Humble, Kevin Kooley, Lisa Kereszi, Lise Sarfati, Lynn Saville, Mark Ruwedel, Mark Swope, Matthew Porter, Mike Slack, Mitch Dobrowner, Robbert Flick, Sam Cormen, Tim Street-Porter, Todd Hido, Warren Neidich & Zoe Crosher) In 2016 "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" opened at the Centro Cultural de Cascais, Cascais, Portugal, an exhibit that included photography and film installations.
In 2013, Hedison was part of "First Anniversary- Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture and Photographs" at Diane Rosenstein Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA in a group exhibition with John Adelman, Carmen Argote, Sarah Awad, Marco Breuer, Thomas Downing, Charles Fine, Eben Goff, Cleve Gray, Arnold Helbling, John M. The show in Cascais, Portugal was named in Time Out Magazine as one of the top ten exhibitions in Lisbon during 2016.
The Oscar-winner has been quietly dating photographer Alexandra Hedison, according to sources. Well, Hedison used to date Ellen De Generes until the talk show queen left her for Portia De Rossi"It's pretty serious," a source says of Foster and Hedison.
"They're totally in love."Internet chatter about the two began in the summer when the two were photographed together at a technology seminar at Fox Studios in Los Angeles and out to dinner with friends a few days later.
News first told you about yesterday, Jodie Foster has been dating Ellen De Generes' former girlfriend Alexandra Hedison for a few months now.
Sources tell us that the romance got serious pretty quickly. Sure, we know Hedison, 44, as De Generes' ex, but she's way more than that.
Hedison first exhibited her series of abstract landscapes in 2002 at Rose Gallery in Bergamont Station, Los Angeles with Robert Polidori, Virginia Beahan and Laura Mc Phee, David Maisel, Alexandra Rowley and Joshua Bernstein.
In 2005, she exhibited the (Re)Building series, which addressed themes of loss, transition and recovery while using construction as a metaphor for memory in the architecture of the subconscious.
Despite not being able to take a honeymoon, the couple appeared happy and relaxed as they smiled and chatted while walking along together, showing off their contrasting yet somehow complementary style in their casual attire Moving fast: The pair surprised everyone when they walked down the aisle last weekend after only close to a year of dating and they appeared blissfully happy with their new relationship status as they proudly flashed their wedding bands for all to see during their outing Last Thursday, Jodie walked her first red carpet as a married woman at the Paris Photo private preview and press conference at LA's Paramount Studios after she and Ellen De Generes's ex exchanged vows after around a year of dating.'This is not going to be a big coming-out speech tonight because I already did my coming out about a thousand years ago back in the stone age – in those very quaint days when a fragile girl would open up to trusted friends and family and coworkers and then gradually proudly to everyone who knew her,' she said during the awards show.
Both were at the opening of Alan Cumming's Hedison was with De Generes for about three years before things ended in 2004.
Her photography has been shown in New York, Los Angeles.
Committed to the decisiveness and precision of working with large and medium format cameras, Hedison addresses the interstices between tradition and novelty by exploring the transitions between the two.
Each of her photographs are a direct encounter between the individual and the immensity of the landscape, both architectural and natural.