Lucas Foglia, Patrick and Anakeesta

Lucas Foglia

Patrick and Anakeesta, Tennessee, 2007
From the A Natural Order series
Website - LucasFoglia.com

Lucas Foglia was raised on a small family farm in Long Island and is currently based in San Francisco. A graduate of Brown University and the Yale School of Art, Lucas exhibits and publishes his photographs internationally. His work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Pilara Foundation and the Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Fine Art, and has been published in Aperture Magazine, the New York Times Magazine, the Washington Post Magazine, British Journal of Photography, Contact Sheet, and PDN’s 30. His first book, A Natural Order, is available from Nazraeli Press.

Posted on Sunday, February 19, 2012.
Editor's Note: This photo appears in Lucas Foglia’s Natural Order »

 

 

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