Jordan Baumgarten, Starlings
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Jordan Baumgarten

Starlings, 2010
From the Average Americans of the Right Type series
Website - JordanBaumgarten.com

Jordan Baumgarten is a photographer based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His work explores notions of contemporary American masculinity and how they relate to his own personal biography. He received his BFA in Photography from the University of the Arts and his MFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work has been exhibited in Philadelphia, Miami, Providence, and New York City. He is working on a book about his life in West Philadelphia with Parts and Labor Books that will be out early this summer.

Posted on Friday, April 5, 2013.

 

 

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