About the Artist
Glenn Rudolph (Seattle) large-scale color photographs act as stories, chronicling the Northwest—its changing landscapes, community events, and people. His long-term projects have focused on subjects as diverse as disappearing farmland, the bankrupt Milwaukee Railroad Company, Goth warrior gangs, landless Indian tribes, neighborhood gardens, and abandoned mine sites among others. Rudolph, a former commercial fisher, has been a photographer since the mid-1970s. Rudolph’s work has been exhibited widely in the United States and Canada, including the recent Baja to Vancouver exhibition (Seattle Art Museum), and is included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Seattle Art Museum, the Amon Carter Museum, and numerous other corporate and public collections.
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