? Law & Order Gets Me Through the Night is a 2×3 inch unbound book containing 50 different images from the iconic television franchise. Each book comes with a small lucite stand to display the individual cards and a cloth bag to hold the box, a signature card, 50 image cards and a stand. The book title is hand applied with ink stamps and no two covers are identical.
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Law & Order Gets Me Through the Night was selected for the InFocus Juried Exhibition of Self-Published Photo Books, held at the Phoenix Art Museum Gallery for the Center for Creative Photography from August 23- September 28, 2014.
Law & Order Gets Me Through the Night was chosen as one of the top ten photo books by The Indie Photo Book Library in 2011.
Laura Noel is an Atlanta-based photographer and installation artist. Her work often addresses American cultural issues with an emphasis on how individuals navigate an increasingly homogeneous world. Recent projects include an extended portrait series called Smoke Break, Withdrawn, a study of discarded library books and how technology has altered basic activities such as reading, and Killing The Day, a visual diary, which is published quarterly.
Noel received a BA in Public Policy Studies from Duke University in 1988 and a MFA in Photography with Distinction from the University of Georgia in 2009. Her prints been featured in exhibitions at the Pingyao International Photography Festival in China, the Contemporary American Photography exhibition at the Internationale Fototage Festival in Mannheim, Germany, Gallery 24 in Berlin, United Photo Industries in New York City, The Rhode Island School of Design Museum, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia, Jackson Fine Art, Lumiere, Davis Orton Gallery in upstate New York, Gallery 1401 in Philadelphia, The Gregg Museum of Art and Design and many others. The George Eastman House, The Ogden Museum, MOCA GA and many other institutions and individuals have collected her photographs.
Her photographs have appeared on-line and in print in Photography Now, Photography Quarterly, PHOTONEWS (Germany), Slate Magazine’s Behold Photo Blog, CNN Photo Blog, Lens Culture, Planet, Art News Daily, The Humble Arts Foundation, F-Stop Magazine, One One Thousand, SouthXSoutheast, La Lettre de la Photographie, Consciencious, aCurator, Fraction Magazine and many others. In 2012, her work inaugurated Fall Line Press’ Free Fall series of quarterly magazines featuring the work of one photographer. Recently, Scotland’s Aglu Books published Withdrawn, her study on discarded library books.
Noel’s artist books are in the collections of the International Center of Photography library in New York, The Houston Museum of Fine Art, The Cleveland Art Institute, The Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas, Oberlin College and many private collections.
Recent installations include To Do at the Spruill Gallery, The Enchanted Forest of Books on the Atlanta Beltline and Give/Swap/Receive at Emory University.