Exhibition Opening: Landscapes – Unfeigned or Illusory (Minneapolis)

Landscapes: Unfeigned or Illusory

Landscapes: Unfeigned or Illusory opens on Friday, April 23, at the Mpls Photo Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and features the work of 64 photographers (myself included!). I’m proud to announce that two of my photographs – Drivers Wanted and The American Dream – were selected for this exhibition from over 2400 photographs by 400 photographers from seventeen countries.

I will not be able to make the opening, but hope that you can if you’re in the area!

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4 thoughts on “Exhibition Opening: Landscapes – Unfeigned or Illusory (Minneapolis)

  1. Don’t pass up a cup of punch from Chuck Kimmerle (http://www.chuckkimmerle.com)! Chuck is a great photographer whose focus “involves the photographic exploration of the unintentional icons that help define the landscape and, by definition, the inhabitants of the agriculturally-impacted northern plains of western Minnesota and the eastern North Dakota.” Chuck’s great work is featured in the latest issue of LensWork (http://www.lenswork.com).

    I wish I could be there to share a cuppa with you, Chuck!

  2. How long is the exhibition going to be open? I have some time to make the trip up there in the next week or so and would love to take some friends to see some great photos.

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