martes, 30 de octubre de 2012

Tucson gardens, William Larson

Born in 1942, William Larson attended the State University of New York, Buffalo. He received a B.S. in art in 1961. He completed his master's thesis at the Institute of Design in 1968. He has worked as a freelance photographer in Philadelphia beginning in 1968 and he has taught at the Tyler school of Art. An endless experimenter, some of Larson's work focuses on the subject of photography itself. Larson's most meaningful contribution to photography is his conceptual work that explores the role of technology in art. His artworks include utilizing fax transmissions of photographic images. He has long explored the ideas of motion, time and continuity in his creations. He has exhibited widely. His innovative work is to be found in many major museum collections and his awards include a 1982 Guggenheim fellowship and numerous N.E.A. grants. He lives in Pennsylvania and has served as director of graduate studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore. via charlesisaacs

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