Like Nan Goldin and Malerie Marder, Keren Moscovitch grounds her work in autobiography, exploring, she says, "what happens when one's intimate life starts to lack boundaries." Her picture of a couple in bed, simultaneously clinging together and breaking apart, suggests the fraught dynamic of an open relationship - a moment when tenderness and tension are in uneasy balance.
-Vince Aletti, 29x29 Portfolio introduction
Moscovitch’s quiet but intense pictures eschew familiar narratives of sexual conquest and seduction. Instead, the artist pays attention to the mutual, fleeting moments in which a connection is made, and two become one.
-Allen Frame, Into the Other, Back to Self
"amazingly intimate pictures" that "emit a secret life of women and give glimpses of the sex lives of strangers."
-Jerry Saltz, New York Magazine