Aaron Blum, Untitled
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Aaron Blum

Untitled, New Martinsville, 2010
From the Born and Raised: Floodplains, Coal Trains and Kudzu Vines series
Website - AaronBlumPhoto.com

Aaron Blum was born in the hills of Appalachia, which his artistic work centers around. He has exhibited both nationally and internationally at such places as The Halpert Biennial: Appalachian State University and the Phodar Biennial in Bulgaria. He has been selected as the 2011 jurors choice award winner for the project competition at Center, the Santa Fe Center for Photography, included in the Magenta Foundation's USA selections for photographers to watch in 2012 and been chosen for the New Directions Exhibition at Wall Space Gallery.

Posted on Thursday, December 23, 2010.

 

 

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