Doug Keyes, Chinatown, San Francisco
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Doug Keyes

Chinatown, San Francisco, 2004
From the Becoming Language series
Website - DougKeyes.net

For over 20 years Doug Keyes has produced photographs, as well as mixed-media sculpture and art installations. Keyes’ artwork has been exhibited nationally and is in many public and private collections including the LA County Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Berkeley Art Museum and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Awards include the Ned Behnke Fellowship, Photolucida’s Photographer of the Year, Jurors’ Choice Awards from the Tacoma Art Museum Biennial and CENTER - Santa Fe. Doug’s first monograph entitled Collective Memory was published by Decode Books. He is represented by G. Gibson Gallery (Seattle), KlompChing Gallery (New York) and PhotoEye Gallery (Santa Fe).

Posted on Thursday, December 11, 2008.

 

 

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