Clarissa Bonet, Street
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Clarissa Bonet

Street, Chicago, 2012
From the City Space series
Website - ClarissaBonet.com

Clarissa Bonet (b. 1986 Tampa Florida) Lives and works in Chicago. She received her M.F.A. in photography from Columbia College Chicago in 2012 and her B.S. in Photography from the University of Central Florida. After moving to Chicago to attend Columbia College, Clarissa was intrigued and overwhelmed by the city’s space, both physically and psychologically. Her project, City Space, is a photographic exploration of her relationship to the urban environment and the people that occupy it. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States and abroad. She was the recipient of the Albert P. Weisman grant for two consecutive years. Her work is in the collection of the South East Museum of Photography and Calumet Photographic. Most recently, she won PDN’s The Curator: The Search for Outstanding and Undiscovered Fine Art Photography.

Posted on Thursday, March 7, 2013.

 

 

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