Abelardo Morell

Vertical Construction: Photogram #1, 2018

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Lot 23
Archival inkjet print
60.0 x 45.0 in (152.4 x 114.3 cm)
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About Abelardo Morell

Abelardo Morrell (Cuban, b. 1948) is a photographer living and working in Boston. Morrell’s family fled Cuba and moved to New York City in 1962. The photographer earned his BA from Bowdoin College in 1977 and his MFA from Yale University School of Art in 1981. In 1997, Morrell received an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts from Bowdoin. Morrell is known for taking photographs of images derived from the “camera obscura” method. He was awarded the Cintas Foundation fellowship in 1992 and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation fellowship in 1993. Morrell is currently Professor Emeritus of Photography at Massachusetts College of Art.