Ron Jude, Untitled
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Ron Jude

Untitled, 1998/2012
From the Lick Creek Line series

Ron Jude was born in Los Angeles in 1965, grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and currently lives in upstate New York. His photographs have been exhibited at venues such as Gallery Luisotti (Santa Monica), the Photographers’ Gallery (London), the High Museum of Art (Atlanta), Proekt_Fabrika (Moscow) and Roth/Horowitz Gallery (New York), among others. His work is in numerous collections, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, George Eastman House, the New Orleans Museum of Art, and the Georgia Museum of Contemporary Art in Atlanta. Jude is the co-founder of A-Jump Books and the author of Alpine Star, Postcards, Other Nature and Emmett. His new book, Lick Creek Line, was recently published by MACK. He is represented by Gallery Luisotti in Santa Monica.

Posted on Tuesday, May 15, 2012.

 

 

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