A. Leo Nash

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2014_A_LEO_NASH.jpg

A. Leo Nash

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A. LEO NASHDominoes, 2004; 7-1/2 x 18-1/2 in., giclée print. Edition of 25. 

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For the past twelve years, A. Leo Nash has been photographing a wide array alternative gatherings and celebrations around the United States. The largest, The Burning Man Festival, has attracted worldwide media attention that often shows the most sensational side of that event. This image is part of Nash's series of photographs of the Burning Man Festival and other temporary villages, which he calls Temporary Autonomous Zones. Nash's work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at venues such as Prague House of Photography; Prague; Woodstock Center for Photography, Woodstock, New York; Houston Center for Photography; and the Oakland Museum. It is in numerous public collections, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Rochester Institute of Technology.