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March 07-10, 2019

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2019 SPE Annual Conference: The Myths of Photography and the American Dream / Major support by The Joy Family Legacy Foundation

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John Cyr

John
Cyr

SPE Member since 2017
Member Chapter: Northeast

John Cyr

SPE member since 2017
Ansel Adams' Developer Tray
Archival Pigment Print

John Cyr

SPE member since 2017
Developer Abstraction 6.10.2015
Silver Gelatin Print

John Cyr

SPE member since 2017
Developer Tray from the George Eastman Legacy Collection
Archival Pigment Print

John Cyr

SPE member since 2017
Developer Abstraction 7.12.2015
Silver Gelatin Print

John Cyr

SPE member since 2017
Lillian Bassman's Developer Tray
Archival Pigment Print

John Cyr

SPE member since 2017
Developer Abstraction 1.18.2015
Silver Gelatin Print

John Cyr

SPE member since 2017
Emmett Gowin's Developer Tray
Archival Pigment Print

John Cyr

SPE member since 2017
Ocean Abstraction 8.16.2016
Silver Gelatin Print

John Cyr

SPE member since 2017
Sally Mann's Developer Tray
Archival Pigment Print

John Cyr

SPE member since 2017
Developer Abstraction 7.10.2015
Silver Gelatin Print

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John Cyr (b. 1981) is a New York based photographer and Assistant Professor of Photographic Imaging at Suffolk County Community College. Cyr earned his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2010 and his work has been featured in various publications including the New York Times, BBC News, ARTnews, TIME, NPR, Popular Photography, the Telegraph and Photo District News and is the author of the powerHouse published monograph, Developer Trays. Cyr's photography is represented in many notable public and private collections including: George Eastman House International Museum of Photography, Rochester, New York; The Photographic History Collection at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, Washington D.C.; and The New York Public Library, New York, New York.

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