Robert Pallesen was born in 1958 in NYC and is currently based in Portland, OR. His work has appeared in wide variety of media, from annual reports, architectural installations, galleries to interactive kiosks. While supporting himself doing corporate photography, interactive design and photo editing, he works on personal photographic projects. His work investigates the transient nature of the landscape and our relationship with it. His photographs are featured in the Humble Arts Foundation Collector’s Guide to Emerging Art Photography as well as Various Photograhs, published by TV books. Pallesen’s work has been exhibited at Pushdot Studios, Newspace Center of Photography, San Francisco Camerawork, The New York Photo Festival, Pierro Gallery and CGR gallery in New York. His work is in private and public collections.
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