John Mann, Untitled (Moskva)
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John Mann

Untitled (Moskva), Rochester, New York, 2008
From the Folded in Place series
Website - RockPaperCloud.com

John Mann's work examines the landscape through photography and distance. He has an ongoing interest in the ability to make photographs of distant lands to which the mind has traveled, but the body has not yet been. His work has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries including Phillips de Pury London, the Katonah Museum of Art, The Houston Center for Photography and PDX Contemporary. His work has been seen in Conveyor Magazine, Elephant Magazine, SPOT Magazine and numerous online publications. Mann received an MFA from the University of New Mexico and currently teaches at Florida State University. His work is represented by Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York City.

Posted on Tuesday, June 9, 2009.

 

 

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