Daniel Farnum was born in the blue-collar town of Saginaw, Michigan. He is the recipient of many notable awards such as the Juror’s Selection Award given by Christopher Rauschenberg at the Center for Fine Art Photography, two prizes from the Paul Sack Architectural Photography Contest, and an award from William Jenkins, who curated the seminal New Topographics exhibition. Daniel’s prints have been exhibited at the Marin MOCA, MPLS Photo Center, Sea and Space Explorations in LA, UC Berkeley, and at the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies in NYC. He has also been featured in solo exhibitions at Center Gallery in Wichita, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, and Newspace Center for Photography in Portland. He has upcoming solo shows at the University of Toledo, University of Wisconsin, and Calvin College in Grand Rapids. Daniel received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and BFA from the University of Michigan. He teaches photography at the University of Missouri.
Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2013.
German Soldiers, 2007
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