Brian Ulrich, Thomas Perry
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Brian Ulrich

Thomas Perry, Johnson City, Tennessee, 2007
Website - NotIfButWhen.com

Brian Ulrich (b. 1971) is a MFA graduate of Columbia College Chicago (2004) and Guggenheim Fellow (2009). His photographs portraying contemporary consumer culture reside in major museum collections such as the Art Institute of Chicago, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Milwaukee Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Photography. Brian completed his Guggenheim fellowship by compiling his decade-long Copia project into the monograph, Is This Place Great or What published by Aperture and the Cleveland Museum of Art (2011) along with a traveling exhibition.

Posted on Monday, November 12, 2007.

 

 

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