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Jeremy  Chandler

Jeremy
Chandler

SPE Member since 2007
Member Region: Northeast

Jeremy Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Eric
Archival Pigment Print

Jeremy Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Girl With Bulldog
Archival Pigment Print

Jeremy Chandler

SPE member since 2007
The Lookout
Inkjet Print

Jeremy Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Pot Hunters
Archival Pigment Print

Jeremy Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Delaina
Archival Pigment Print

Jeremy Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Untitled
Inkjet Print

Jeremy Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Reclining Hunters
Archival Pigment Print

Jeremy Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Smokescreen For The Northern Winter
Inkjet Print

Jeremy Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Hunters Crossing
Archival Pigment Print

Jeremy Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Blind & Smoke
Inkjet Print

about

Jeremy Chandler is a photographic artist who creates through a variety of conceptual and formal approaches, such as straight photography, tableaus and documentary and narrative film projects. His work subverts ritualized expressions of masculinity to reveal a more nuanced idea of maleness, while questioning how culture and myth can often intertwine to create altered perceptions of space and place.

In addition to being the 2008 Photographer Laureate for the city of Tampa, FL, he has exhibited at notable venues including, Mindy Solomon Gallery in Miami FL, Hagedorn Foundation Gallery in Atlanta GA, Balzer Art Projects in Basel Switzerland and Giampietro Gallery in New Haven CT. He received his BFA from the University of Florida in Creative Photography and MFA from the University of South Florida. He is currently an Assistant Professor, teaching photography at Southern Connecticut State University. His work is represented by Mindy Solomon Gallery in Miami, FL.

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