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Nathaniel Grann, MFA 2016 Named in Guardian as Up and Coming Talent!

Reprinted from The Guardian:

Alec Soth, the revered American photographer and fellow Minnesota native who made his name with his 2004 book Sleeping by the Mississippi, was drawn to Grann’s eye for “subverting banal cliche” and rendering it “compelling, quiet – it’s understated but it works hard”. The pair met when Soth visited the University of Hartford in Connecticut, where Grann was studying, as a guest lecturer on the photography MFA. Soth, much like the late photojournalist Michel du Cille, who hired Grann as a picture editor when he was director of photography at the Washington Post, has been key to encouraging him to pursue his ambition.

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