Tribble & Mancenido, Industrial Park Cave Route
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Tribble & Mancenido

Industrial Park Cave Route, Kansas City, 2008
From the Hurry Up & Wait series
Website - TribbleMancenido.com

James Frank Tribble (b. 1983, South Carolina) and Tracey Mancenido-Tribble (b.1980, New York) are collaborative artists who currently live in Jersey City. James received his BFA from The School of Visual Arts and Tracey from Polimoda in Florence, Italy and FIT in New York. They have recently returned from their yearlong travels across the states, highlighting the journey of American truck drivers. The artists became both voyeur and subject, spending over a year on the road as employed truck drivers, photographing and living out of their eighteen-wheeler. Tribble & Mancenido have been exhibited and published nationally and internationally, including shows at Centre Pompidou, in association with The Shanghai Art Museum, Houston Center for Photography, Magenta’s Flash Forward Festival in Toronto and Boston, PIP International Photo Festival in Pingyao, China, The Studio Museum of Harlem, Athens Photo Festival in Greece and Host Gallery in London. They are represented by Sasha Wolf Gallery in New York.

Posted on Thursday, August 19, 2010.

 

 

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