CHIP SIMONE

Chip Simone has been making photographs for more than four decades. He was educated in the history and traditions of creative photography at the Rhode Island School of Design (1964-67) where he studied with renowned photographer Harry Callahan. He first exhibited his work in 1966. In 1980 his work was exhibited at the Winter Olympic Games in Lake Placid, NY. In 1982 he received a Photographer’s Fellowship from The National Endowment for the Arts. His prints are included in major collections including the Museum of Modern Art, The High Museum of Art, The Houston Museum of Fine Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, and the Sir Elton John Photography Collection. Chip has lived in Atlanta since 1972. Sixty-four of Chip Simone’s color images are currently on display at The High Museum of Art in a major exhibition entitled The Resonant Image.

CHIP SIMONE - White on White, Atlanta, 2008
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11 x 17 inch Archival Pigment Print
Signed and dated in ink verso

CHIP SIMONE

White on White, Atlanta, 2008
CHIP SIMONE - White on White, Atlanta, 2008

CHIP SIMONE

White on White, Atlanta, 2008
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11 x 17 inch Archival Pigment Print
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White on White, Atlanta, 2008 - Chip Simone - Artists - Jackson Fine Art - Photography - Atlanta