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2018 SPE Annual Conference: UNCERTAIN TIMES: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood

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Dan Farnum

Dan
Farnum

SPE Member since 2013
Member Chapter: South Central

Dan Farnum

SPE member since 2013
Nah Man, I Don't Go to School No More.
Pigment Print

Dan Farnum

SPE member since 2013
Toy Plane
Inkjet

Dan Farnum

SPE member since 2013
Baby Pit Bull
Pigment Print

Dan Farnum

SPE member since 2013
Open Fire Hydrant, Detroit

Dan Farnum

SPE member since 2013
Frisbee
inkjet

Dan Farnum

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Pigment Print

Dan Farnum

SPE member since 2013
Rain Clouds, Brightmoor
Inkjet

Dan Farnum

SPE member since 2013
Scooter
Inkjet

Dan Farnum

SPE member since 2013
Lizard, Outsiders House
Pigment Print

Dan Farnum

SPE member since 2013
Oculus Tauri, Detroit
Inkjet

about

Dan Farnum was born in the blue-collar town of Saginaw, Michigan. His photographs address the American experience, landscape, and culture and have been showcased nationally in several exhibitions and galleries in San Francisco, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and New York.

He is the recipient of many notable awards such as the Aperture Award from The Print Center in Philadelphia, two prizes from the Paul Sack Architectural Photography Contest, Grand Prize Winner of the Missouri Top 50 contest, and the Juror's Selection Award given by Christopher Rauschenberg at the Center for Fine Art Photography. Dan recently received an award in a show titled Landscape Interrupted by William Jenkins, who was responsible for the New Topographics exhibition while curator of the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House.

Dan received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and BFA from the University of Michigan. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Photography at The University of Tulsa.

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