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Lee Grant is a documentary and portrait photographer who lives and works in Canberra. She is the founder and co-curator of Light Journeys as well as a founding editor of Timemachine Magazine. In 2010, Lee recently received a Master of Philosophy in Visual Arts from the Australian National University. That same year she was the recipient of the prestigious Bowness Photography prize. Lee has exhibited at the Australian Centre for Photography (Sydney), the Monash Gallery of Art (Melbourne) and the National Portrait Gallery (Canberra) amongst others. A selection of her work was recently published in the Big City Press monograph Hijacked Volume 2: Australia and Germany. Lee’s work is held in the National Library, the Canberra Museum and Art Gallery as well as numerous private collections and she has received grants from ArtsACT, CAPO/Singapore Airlines and the Australia Council.
Posted on Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Editor's Note: This photo appears in HIJACKED, Vol. 2 — Germany + Australia »
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