Cary Tijerina

is mildly colorblind, a photographer, contrarian, and nomad.

His work in the past has examined questions of meaning in photography through dynamic physical interaction. He remains keenly interested in these questions, as well as: cultivating a critical and curious nature, the misuse of materials, “getting it wrong,” and generally doing everything the hard way. His recent work stresses the importance of impermanence and the daily tasks of modern life.


Backyard

Hot Dog Girl

Delivery

Bananas

Jennifer Wong

2349tw

Long Island City

Phillip

0626

Land Ho

Queens

Erica

Graduate School

Father John's Funeral

Sawhorses

Information

Astoria Park

Oliana

Kate Levy Lane Bryant

Vendor

Border

Lewiston

Pulaski

Jeans

Warcraft

IMG 20140626 153211

Bird Archive

Felix’s

Businessman

Aurelie

Charlotte

Laundry

My Password Is

Tess and Erica

Felix Tijerina Before Sandra Died

The Punctum

2013 02 02 15.59.20

Howard Beach

Light Source

Colors

Kim Jordan

Sandy

Black Flag

a3

Blank

1237yh

Happy Bird

Jófríõur Ákadóttir