Delaney Allen MFA ‘10 Premieres New Photo Work at Nationale
April 04, 2012
Between gracing Washed Out’s album covers and dominating the tumblr scene with haunting images of smoke and light, Delaney Allen MFA ‘10 has been busy since graduating from the MFA in Visual Studies program two years ago. He was recently featured on the international blog iGNANT and has his second solo exhibition opening at Nationale on April 6.
Born in Fort Worth, TX, Delaney Allen received his MFA from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2010. His photographs have been shown nationally and internationally, most notably at Foam Museum in Amsterdam, NL. Additionally, he has self-published three books, one of which was included in Photo-Eye Magazine’s “Best Of” list for 2010 (Between Here And There). His work has been featured in a number of print publications including Nylon Magazine and France’s Tell Mum Everything Is OK. Allen currently lives and works out of Portland, OR where he is represented by Nationale.
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