John Woodin, adjunct associate professor of Photography at the University of the Arts, is a Philadelphia-based artist whose landscape and still-life photographs explore the complex relationships between nature and culture, chaos and order.
Woodin received a BA in Communications from the University of New Orleans and an MFA in Photography from Temple University's Tyler School of Art. His fine art photographs have been exhibited internationally and are held in private and public collections. A monograph of his work titled City of Memory, New Orleans Before and After Katrina was published in January 2010 by the Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago.
Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Allentown Art Museum; the Smithsonian American Art Museum; the Library of Congress.
Woodin was once selected as a finalist (Disclipline Winner) for a Pew Fellowship in the Arts and is currently a fellow at the Center for the Emerging Visual Artist in Philadelphia. Woodin was awarded a Certificate of Design Excellence from Print Magazine's Regional Design Annual, as well as purchase awards from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Allentown Art Museum and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Selected Solo Exhibitions
- Crane Hall, Philadelphia, "Un-natural Landscape"
- After Words, Philadelphia, "City of Memory"
- Open Lens Gallery, the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, "City of Memory"
- Wagner School of Arts & Technology, Long Island City, New York, "City of Memory"
- Gallery 1401, the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, "New Orleans Photographs"
- Pennsylvania College of Art and Design Gallery, Lancaster, PA, "New Orleans Façades"
Class Schedule, Spring 2017
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