Teri Fullerton, Larson, Son, Army
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Teri Fullerton

Larson, Son, Army, Portland, Oregon, 2008
From the Falling in Love at the End of the Universe series
Website - TeriFullerton.com

Teri Fullerton is a photographer and multi-media artist based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She examines idiosyncratic topics such as Internet dating, military families, and soldiers that have experienced war. Her work has been exhibited in solo shows, two person exhibitions and group shows across the United States and she has been published in the New York Times magazine. She is a 2012/13 recipient of the McKnight Artist Fellowship for Photographers, the 2012/13 Minnesota State Artist Initiative Grant and the 2010/11 Jerome Fellowship for Emerging Artists.

Posted on Tuesday, June 23, 2009.

 

 

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