LOST Omaha.

Photographs by Zora J Murff.
Kris Graves Projects, Brooklyn, USA, 2018. In English. 48 pp., color illustrations, 6½x8".



Publisher's Description

Out of Print

(Book #3 in the LOST series)

Zora J Murff is an MFA candidate in studio art at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Zora attended the University of Iowa where he studied photography and holds a BS in psychology from Iowa State University. Combining his education in human services and art, Zora's photography focuses on race, identity, and how images are used to reinforce sociocultural constructs.

Murff's work has been exhibited nationally, internationally, and featured online including The British Journal of Photography and Wired Magazine's Raw File. His work has also been published in VICE Magazine, GOOD Magazine, Huck Magazine, and The New York Times. Zora was the Daylight Photo Award Winner in 2017, a Joy of Giving Something Fellow through Imagining America in 2016, and was selected as a LensCulture 2015 Top 50 Emerging Talent. A portfolio of his work is included in the Midwest Photographers Project through the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago. Zora published his first monograph, Correctionsthrough Aint-Bad Editions in the in Winter of 2015.

Printed in a first edition of 125. (100 trade copies and 25 complete sets.)

Now in a second edition of 100 copies.

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