Lisa Elmaleh, Hogslop String Band
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Lisa Elmaleh

Hogslop String Band, Harpeth River, Tennessee, 2010
From the American Folk series
Website - LisaElmaleh.com

Lisa Elmaleh is a large format photographer who was born and raised in South Florida. Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Elmaleh is a recipient of PDN’s 30 (2013), the Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation Grant (2012), the Aaron Siskind Foundation IPF Grant (2011), The Everglades National Park Artist Residency (2010), the Camera Club of New York Darkroom Residency (2008), and the Tierney Fellowship (2007). She teaches at the School of Visual Arts and the Center for Alternative Photography in New York City. She lives in Brooklyn and occasionally in her pickup truck.

Posted on Monday, April 1, 2013.

 

 

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