Robert ParkeHarrison

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Robert ParkeHarrison
Born 1968 (age 45–46)
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
Occupation Photographer
Spouse(s) Shana ParkeHarrison
Website
http://www.parkeharrison.com/

Robert ParkeHarrison (born 1968) is a photographer, best known for his work (with wife Shana ParkeHarrison) in the area of fine art photography.

The photographs of Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison have been displayed in 18 solo exhibitions and over 30 group shows worldwide. Their work can also be found in over 20 collections, including the National Museum of American Art at the Smithsonian Institution and the George Eastman House.[1]

Their book, The Architect’s Brother was named as one of 'the Ten Best Photography Books of the Year' of 2000 by the New York Times.[1]

My photographs tell stories of loss, human struggle, and personal exploration within landscapes scarred by technology and over-use…. [I] strive to metaphorically and poetically link laborious actions, idiosyncratic rituals and strangely crude machines into tales about our modern experience.

—Robert ParkeHarrison

ParkeHarrison's work is stylistically similar to that of Teun Hocks.

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