Vincent Johnson lives and works in Los Angeles. His photographic
work has been exhibited at the P.S. 1. Museum, the SK Stiftung,
Cologne, the Santa Monica Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary
Art, Chicago, and the Adamski Gallery of Contemporary Art, Aachen.
His photographic work delves in architecture as fantasy, from
the vernacular architecture of Los Angeles to that found in the
Western United States.
Future exhibitions include a large-scale sculptural installation
based on Cold War Civil Air Defense artifacts, for LAXART,
and, in an artist group project, the simulation of Constantin
Brancusi’s monumental Endless Column crashing though the
gallery space of the Studio Museum in Harlem, for the project
entitled The Philosophy of Time Travel. Johnson received his
MFA from Art Center College of Design in 1997. He studied with
Mike Kelly, Jack Goldstein and Stephen Prina. He is a 2005 Creative
Capital Grantee, and was nominated for the Baum: An Emerging
American Photographer’s Award in 2004.
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