Dana Mueller was born and raised in Thuringia, East Germany until the fall of the Berlin Wall. She received her MFA in Photography from the Massachusetts College of Art + Design. Awards include St. Botolph Foundation Grant, first place Visual Art Exchange Award, second place in the Hotshot International Next Perspective Award, and Faculty Development Grants, Art Institute of Boston. Her work has been extensively exhibited, including the Le Lieu Unique/ National Center for Contemporary Arts, Nantes, France, the Pavillon de Bagatelle, Paris, France, Rick Wester Fine Art (NY), the Photographic Resource Center (MA), Gallery 360, Northeastern University (MA), Danforth Art Museum (MA), Black Cloud Gallery (IL) and Visual Art Exchange (NC). Recent publications include Purpose (France), Artscope, The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Photo Review. Mueller currently teaches at the Art Institute of Boston, Northeastern University and the Massachusetts College of Art + Design.
Posted on Thursday, August 30, 2012.
All is pink when I am blinded, 2007
Camera Obscura: Early Morning View of the East Side of Midtown Manhattan, 2014
Patrick (bed), 2007
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