Jon Gitelson

Website - TheGit.net

Jonathan Gitelson (b. 1975) earned a BA in literature and photography from Marlboro College in 1997 and a MFA in photography from Columbia College Chicago in 2004. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States, Canada and Europe and is in the permanent collection of numerous institutions including The Museum of Contemporary Photography, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Museum of Fine Arts Boston, The Milwaukee Art Museum, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum of Modern Art New York and The Albert and Victoria Museum in London. Jonathan works in a variety of mediums that include photography, artist books, video, installation, web-based projects and public art. He lives and works in Brattleboro, Vermont.

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