Adam Jacono

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This exhibition of small works represent a visceral mode of production through photographic imagery. Together, the works are not tied down to a specific idea, but stand as individual pieces and may evoke sarcasm, beauty, or a sense of journey to the viewer. Nice frames; each piece is framed using reclaimed wood, which compliments notions of individuality, uniqueness, and dare I say, preciousness.


Adam Jacono is an artist and educator currently residing in Columbia, SC with his wife and furry family. He's a visiting lecturer of photography at the University of South Carolina, and a curatorial intern for the VASA photographic project with renowned critic, A.D. Coleman. Adam will be curating an exhibition for VASA in early June on the photographic artist and writer, Jan Banning. Adam also curates a quarterly student photographic magazine called Last year, Adam presented his research at the Society of Photographic Educators (SE) conference in Tallahassee, FL, and exhibited work in the Mary Brogan Museum of Art. His pieces have been collected by Scott Avett, Michael Stipe, and can be seen in Italy, Mexico, and (hopefully) your living room. Adam Holds an MFA from East Carolina University and can be reached through the following websites: // //

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