"Take photographer Andrea Land of the San Francisco Art Institute. Her haunting pictures of girls in their rooms call to mind the surrealism of Ralph Eugene Meatyard or the sexual charge of Sally Mann. And yet their power to unsettle is all their own. Are they environmental portraits? Staged tableaux?" -Michael O'Sullivan, Washington Post Staff Writer.
"Andrea Land photographs children at home, working primarily with young girls. Land photographs them in stark but unremarkable spaces, using their postures and expression to convey that, while we may inhabit the same physical space, their interior lives and experiences are places we can only imagine." -Katherine Ware, Juror of the 14th Juried Exhibition at the Griffin Museum of Photography and Curator of Photographs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.