Juan Fernandez
Pyramid Scheme (Negative), 2021
Laminated silver gelatin print mounted on masonite
14” x 11” x 1”
$200 

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About Juan Fernandez

Juan Fernandez is an artist based in Elgin, IL. He is currently the Director of Art and Design and Gallery Curator for Elgin Community College. As an art educator, he has taught at numerous regional colleges and universities. His work references the perceptions of form, structure and order in common materials and subject matter. His photographs are in the collections of Columbia College Chicago, the Rockford Art Museum, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, and The Midwest Photographers Project at The Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, IL. Fernandez has also been exhibited in numerous national and international shows including the Catherine Edelman Gallery, Rockford Art Museum, Boecker Contemporary in Heidelberg, Germany, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, the Griffin Museum of Photography, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Angelika Studios in Buckinghamshire, England and The Houston Center for Photography.

Juan Fernandez
Pyramid Scheme (Negative), 2021
Laminated silver gelatin print mounted on masonite
14” x 11” x 1”
$200 

Purchase this Artwork

About Juan Fernandez

Juan Fernandez is an artist based in Elgin, IL. He is currently the Director of Art and Design and Gallery Curator for Elgin Community College. As an art educator, he has taught at numerous regional colleges and universities. His work references the perceptions of form, structure and order in common materials and subject matter. His photographs are in the collections of Columbia College Chicago, the Rockford Art Museum, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, and The Midwest Photographers Project at The Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, IL. Fernandez has also been exhibited in numerous national and international shows including the Catherine Edelman Gallery, Rockford Art Museum, Boecker Contemporary in Heidelberg, Germany, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, the Griffin Museum of Photography, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Angelika Studios in Buckinghamshire, England and The Houston Center for Photography.