ABELARDO MORELL

Abelardo Morell (born Havana, Cuba, 1948) is a Boston-based photographer. Morell and his family fled Cuba in 1962, moving to New York City. Morell earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Bowdoin College in 1977, and a Master of Fine Arts from Yale University School of Art in 1981. He is well known in the photographic community for creating camera obscura images in various places around the world and photographing them. Morell was awarded the Cintas Foundation fellowship in 1992 and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in 1993.

ABELARDO MORELL - Tent-Camera Image on Ground: View of Mount Moran and the Snake River From Oxbow Bend Grand Teton National Park Wyoming, 2011
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24 x 30 inch Pigment Ink Print, Edition of 10
30 x 40 inch Pigment Ink Print, Edition of 8
50 x 60 inch Pigment Ink Print, Edition of 6
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ABELARDO MORELL

Tent-Camera Image on Ground: View of Mount Moran and the Snake River From Oxbow Bend Grand Teton National Park Wyoming, 2011
ABELARDO MORELL - Tent-Camera Image on Ground: View of Mount Moran and the Snake River From Oxbow Bend Grand Teton National Park Wyoming, 2011

ABELARDO MORELL

Tent-Camera Image on Ground: View of Mount Moran and the Snake River From Oxbow Bend Grand Teton National Park Wyoming, 2011
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24 x 30 inch Pigment Ink Print, Edition of 10
30 x 40 inch Pigment Ink Print, Edition of 8
50 x 60 inch Pigment Ink Print, Edition of 6
All sizes are signed, titled, and dated verso

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