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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Kelli Connell

SPE member since 1999
This Morning
Archival digital inkjet print

Rebecca Sittler

SPE member since 2012
The Cracked Mirror

Abbey Hepner

SPE member since 2009
Untitled 3
Archival Pigment Print

Katy McCormick

SPE member since 2007
I Have A Dream, Lincoln Memorial
Chromera Print

Colleen Mullins

SPE member since 1999
Untitled, 08-07 (Algiers Point)
Archival Pigment Print

Greta Pratt

SPE member since 2014
Favorite Dresses
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Bruce Myren

SPE member since 2006
Cushman Brook #5
Archival Inkjet Print

Christina Kellum

SPE member since 2015
Jenny, August
Inkjet print

Zachary Stephens

SPE member since 2015
Peter Diamondstone

David Martin

SPE member since 2010
Straight Bed/Queer Bed 1
Digital Photograph

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SPE member since 2013
A Photographic Survey of the American Yard #412
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Stan Strembicki, Cruise Ship memory
pigmented inkjet, 2008, 30x40"

Really enjoying the colors of this image!
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Stunning photo! It makes you think about the journey!
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Love this photo!
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Looks like a polaroid emulsion lift
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