Thomas Allen, Stranger
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Thomas Allen

Stranger, 2006
From the Uncovered series
Website - ThomasAllenOnline.com

Thomas Allen is a career artist and illustrator. His photographs of re-imagined pulp novels have appeared in both print and online. Credits include Harper's Magazine, O Magazine, Newsweek, Fast Company and (most recently)NPR.org. Allen is represented by Foley Gallery (NY) and G.Gibson Gallery (WA). His monograph, UNCOVERED: Photographs by Thomas Allen was published by Aperture Foundation in 2007. He lives in southwest Michigan.

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