John Ganis

John Ganis is currently a Professor at the College for Creative Studies where he has been a full time faculty member teaching photography since 1980. His color photographs of land use in America have been widely exhibited and published. His book, "Consuming the American Landscape", with an introduction by the late Robert Sobieszek, was published in 2003 by Dewi Lewis Publishing (England) and Edition Braus (German edition). It was awarded a Stuttgart Photo Books Prize in 2003. Photographs by John Ganis are included in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Center for Creative Photography, The New York Public Library, The Detroit Institute of Arts, and The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His recent work has concentrated on documenting the oil spills of BP on the Gulf Coast and Enbridge in Michigan as well as photographing various coastal regions of the U.S. that are endangered by sea rise due to global warming.

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