“Last House Standing”, 2018 | Ben Marcin
Ben Marcin was born in Augsburg, Germany. Many of his earlier photographic essays explored the idea of home and the passing of time. "Last House Standing" and "The Camps" received wide press both nationally and abroad (The Paris Review, iGnant, Huffington Post, Slate, Wired Magazine). More recently, he began exploring the myriad structures of the urban core in Towers, Street, Stairwells and Museums. His photographs have been shown at a number of national galleries and venues including the Baltimore Museum of Art; the Delaware Art Museum; The Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA; The Center for Fine Art Photography in Ft. Collins, CO; The Photographic Resource Center in Boston; and the Houston Center for Photography. He is currently represented by the C. Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore, MD.
We spoke to Ben about his series 'Last House Standing'.
To see more of Ben's work, visit www.benmarcinphotos.com
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