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Laura Noel was born in Atlanta, Georgia, where she continues to live and work. She received a BA in Public Policy Studies from Duke University and a MFA in Photography with Distinction from the University of Georgia. Her work has been featured in exhibitions at the Pingyao International Photography Festival in China, the Internationale Fototage Festival in Mannheim, Germany, Gallery 24 in Berlin, the Hunter Museum of American Art, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Griffin Museum of Photography, Jackson Fine Art, Gallery 1401 in Philadelphia, The Rhode Island School of Design Museum and The Gregg Museum of Art and Design. Her photographs have appeared in online and in print in Photography Now, Photography Quarterly, Spot, Hot Shoe International (United Kingdom), PHOTONEWS (Germany), Lens Culture, Planet, Art News Daily, The Humble Arts Foundation, Fraction Magazine and many others. Her work inaugurated Fall Line Press’ Free Fall series of quarterly magazines featuring the work of one photographer. In 2013, Aglu Books and Photographs published Withdrawn, a book about discarded library books. Noel's pictures are in many public and private collections including the George Eastman House, The Odgen Museum of Southern Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia.
Posted on Wednesday, November 4, 2009.
Crooked Lampshade, 2007
His First Haircut, 2011
Flies from the Windowsill, 2008
Amorphous Solid_ 1113, 2007
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