Rachel Loischild, Untitled
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Rachel Loischild

Untitled , Newton, Massachusetts, 2012
Website - RachelLoischild.com

Rachel Loischild is a Boston-based artist and photographer. She holds her MFA in photography from Pratt Institute and her BA in studio arts form Clark University. Her photographs have been widely shown, including her international debut at the Jounju Photo Festival in Jounju Korea. In addition to her work being featured at the Boston Flash Forward festival she was recognized in IM magazine with her photo essay Estate Sales and her work has been shown in multiple Danforth Museum of Art’s photography biannuals. She teaches photography at Clark University and Pine Manor college.

Posted on Wednesday, January 9, 2013.

 

 

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