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Brandon Juhasz

Followers, 2012
From the I Can’t Promise to Try series
Website - BrandonJuhasz.com

Brandon Juhasz is an artist living in Cleveland Ohio. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Bowling Green State University. Trained in photography and painting his work seeks to dissect and understand the entrenched power of images and photography in our culture and the changing nature of the photographic image. His work has been included in many juried and curated exhibitions both locally and nationally including the Hagedorn Gallery in Atlanta and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland. He also was featured on the popular photography blog Lenscratch and as a contender in the 2011 edition of the international photo competition Hey Hot Shot.

Posted on Friday, January 4, 2013.

 

 

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