Deana Lawson, ‘Coulson Family’, 2008, Light Work

Featured in MoMA’s “New Photography 2011” exhibition, Deana Lawson’s portraits of strangers are so intimate that she considers the subjects “her family”. Though straightforward at first glance, her work examines the body’s ability to channel family histories and religious and aesthetic traditions.

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Signature: Signed and numbered by the artist.

About Deana Lawson

American, b. 1979, Rochester, New York, based in Brooklyn, New York