Priscilla Rattazzi’s new book “Three Lindens” includes thirteen photographs and two essays by the artist and is a tender farewell to the three majestic trees on her former property in East Hampton. Since she moved in to the home in 1989 with her husband, Rattazzi raised her family and continued her artistic career by publishing several books and opening exhibitions of her photography. She later moved out of the home in 2021 after her divorce. The trees on the storied property bore witness to it all, and as Rattazzi noted when she drove away from her home for the last time, “I hoped I would be as resilient as they are.”
Priscilla Rattazzi will give an artist’s talk and sign copies of "Three Lindens” at 11 am on July 29 at the Peter Marino Art Foundation on Job’s Lane in Southampton. The Peter Marino Foundation will also exhibit Rattazzi’s work from this series through the summer. The book is also being sold at the Foundation, as well as at the Monogram Shop on Newtown Lane in East Hampton and the Marders Garden Shop on Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton.