Amy Eckert, Minneapolis

Amy Eckert photography manufacturing home

Amy Eckert is an artist based in Minneapolis, MN, where she was recently awarded a McKnight Fellowship. She received her MFA from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College in 2002. Her commercial clients include Time, The New York Times Magazine, Dwell, The Blue Man Group, and Blu Dot. Eckert’s work has been exhibited at the Center for Fine Art Photography, Ft. Collins Colorado; Silveryeye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh; Humble Arts Foundation, Voies Off Festival, Arles, France; as well as in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Her project “Manufacturing Home”, a finalist for the 2009 Center Santa Fe Project Competition, debuted at the Minneapolis Photo Center in June 2010.

Amy Eckert photography manufacturing home

Amy Eckert photography manufacturing home

Amy Eckert photography manufacturing home

Amy Eckert photography manufacturing home

Amy Eckert photography manufacturing home

Amy Eckert photography manufacturing home

Amy Eckert photography manufacturing home

Amy Eckert photography manufacturing home

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