Carl Gunhouse, McCafe, on the way to Indianapolis
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Carl Gunhouse

McCafe, on the way to Indianapolis, 2011
From the America series
Website - CarlGunhousePhoto.com

Carl Gunhouse is a Brooklyn based photographer. For the past year he has been producing a series of photographs dealing with masculinity. He has also been exploring his own understanding of the medium through teaching, curating and writing criticism. He received an MA from Fordahm University and a MFA from Yale University, and his BA from Fordham University. Carl is represented by Arts & Sciences Projects and Guest Spot.

Posted on Thursday, March 13, 2014.

 

 

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