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2023 Annual Conference

Denver

March 16-18, 2023

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Jason Reblando

Jason
Reblando

SPE Member since 2016
Member Chapter: Midwest

Jason Reblando

SPE member since 2016
Blueprint, Greenbelt, MD
archival pigment print

Jason Reblando

SPE member since 2016
Daffodil House, Greendale, Wisconsin
archival pigment print

Jason Reblando

SPE member since 2016
Microfiche, Greenbelt, MD
archival pigment print

Jason Reblando

SPE member since 2016
Mushroom, Greenbelt, MD
archival pigment print

Jason Reblando

SPE member since 2016
Library, Greenhills, Ohio
archival pigment print

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Jason Reblando is an artist and photographer based in Normal, Illinois. He received his MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago, and a BA in Sociology from Boston College. He is the recipient of a U.S. Fulbright Fellowship to the Philippines, two Artist Fellowship Awards from the Illinois Arts Council, and a Community Arts Assistance Program grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs. Jason's work focuses on labor, migration, and the socioeconomic forces that shape communities. His projects have been published in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Financial Times, Politico, Camera Austria, PDNedu, Slate, Bloomberg Businessweek, Marketplace, MAS Context, Real Simple, Places Journal, Chicago Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, Crain's Chicago Business, the Chicago Reader, the Chicago Reporter, and Catalyst. His photographs are collected in the Library of Congress, the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Pennsylvania State University Special Collections, the Midwest Photographers Project of the Museum of Contemporary Photography, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. His monograph New Deal Utopias was published in 2017 by Kehrer Verlag. He is an Assistant Professor of Photography in the Wonsook Kim School of Art at Illinois State University.

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