Justin Kimball

Justin Kimball’s photographs are about humanity, memory, loss, and hope. They consider the historical, social, and political times through the landscapes, homes, and people who live in the United States. He is a recipient of numerous awards, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, an Aaron Siskind Fellowship, and Harvard’s Kittredge Award. His photographs are held in over thirty museums, including the J. Paul Getty Museum, Nelson-Atkins Museum, MFA Houston, High Museum of Art, San Francisco MoMA, and the National Gallery of Art. Kimball is the author of the monographs “Where We Find Ourselves,” “Pieces of String,” “Elegy” and “Who By Fire.” He lives in Florence, Massachusetts, where he is the Conway Professor in New Media at Amherst College.

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