Darin Mickey, Washing Untitled
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Darin Mickey

Untitled, Amarillo, Texas, 2004
From the Stuff I Gotta Remember Not to Forget series
Website - DarinMickey.com

Darin Mickey received his BFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York. His work has been exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions in New York, Kansas City, Seattle, Atlanta, Copenhagen, and Tokyo, and is included in the collections of The Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Museum of The City of New York, and The Museet for Fotokunst, Denmark. Darin lives in New York City where he also teaches photography at The International Center of Photography. He is the author of Stuff I Gotta Remember Not to Forget (J&L Books).

Posted on Saturday, January 5, 2008.

 

 

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