Daniel Shea is an artist based in Chicago. His long-term photographic work about the coal industry, Coal Work, was recently presented as a solo exhibition in Switzerland and has been shown internationally, including the Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Asia Society in Beijing. He is currently showing sculptures and installations at LVL3 Gallery in Chicago and will be showing new photographs as part of a solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in October 2012. He is currently in a long-term artist residency program at Columbia College Chicago working on his first monograph, Blisner, Ill. Daniel splits his time between working on the road or in the studio, teaching through various community arts initiatives, and taking assignments for publications including Dwell, The Fader, Wired, The Atlantic, TIME, and Monocle.
Posted on Friday, June 22, 2012.
Marines Sergeant John Sexon, Lance Corporal Camerson Stark and Lance Corporal Joshua Stevens roleplaying as Taliban fighters, 2009
David in his Wigwam, 2010
Jacinta, Cobar, New South Wales, 2010
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