Justin Newhall, Kennewick, Washington

Justin Newhall

Kennewick, Washington, 2003
From the Historical Marker series
Website - JustinNewhall.com

Justin Newhall is an artist based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He received a BFA from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design and an MFA from the University of Minnesota. He is the recipient of artist fellowships from the McKnight Foundation, the Minnesota State Arts Board, and the Jerome Foundation, and his work is represented in numerous public and private collections, including the permanent collections of the Museum of Contemporary Photography and the Walker Art Center. Newhall is represented by Weinstein Gallery in Minneapolis.

Posted on Tuesday, September 18, 2012.

 

 

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