Hyers + Mebane, Meat 7771-2006
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Hyers + Mebane

Meat 7771-2006, 2006
From the Empire series
Website - HyersAndMebane.com

Martin Hyers and William Mebane began their collaborative work in 2004. Their project, EMPIRE, will be exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago in 2012. Their work has appeared on Tim Barber’s website tinyvices.com, been included in the 2008 and 2011 New York Photo Festival, installed with Humble Arts Foundation at Scope / Basel, Switzerland in 2010, and included in Between The Bricks and the Blood: TransgressiveTypologies at Steven Kasher Gallery, New York. They work collaboratively and individually as photographers on a wide range of fine art, editorial, and commercial assignments. They live and work in Brooklyn, New York.

Posted on Tuesday, February 18, 2014.

 

 

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