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Deana Lawson Wins Guggenheim’s Hugo Boss Prize – The New York Times

Ms. Lawson, whose images combine regal poses with everyday scenes, is the first artist working in photography to win.

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The furniture may be covered in plastic and the wall paint peeling, the photography critic Arthur Lubow wrote in The New York Times in 2018. But when the photographer poses her subjects in humble rooms, she sees the survivors of a history of slavery and colonization who stand proudly amid the shards of vanished empires.
Born in Rochester, N.Y., Ms. Lawson has a solo show scheduled to open on Oct. 27, 2021, at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston that will include a selection of her photographs…

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