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Gene Kennedy | American, 1946 -


Kennedy has photographed the landscape of Southern California with his view camera for over three decades. His panoramic format frame describes the rapidly changing region with wit, clarity and beauty and with regard to the time and place that informed his observations.

He received a Bachelor of Arts in 1969 and a Master of Arts in 1976, both from San Diego State University. Since 1976, Kennedy has taught photography at numerous institutions including: University of California, San Diego, Grossmont College, and University of California, Davis.

Among Kennedy’s acknowledgements is a National Endowment for the Arts Award. His photographs have been exhibited both regionally and nationally and are held within many prominent collections, including: the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California State Library, and the Nelson-Atkins Museum.