2011 (selected works)
As the photographic offspring of sub rosa, the nudes of Masquerade significantly further Rodick's work with the human figure. In the creative scheme of things, they present the female form as an unheard of crystal ball of flesh, and the drama in its shimmering "skin of glass" as overpowered by a dialogue on memory and time.... The feat of Masquerade is that it offers viewers a drama of the mind (in the guise of nudes) in which an 'atmosphere of reverie and chimera' takes over.
—Karl Johnson, from his essay on Masquerade, where, calling Frank Rodick "one of today's foremost photographic narrators," he analyses the fourteen images in this series.