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 Andre Wagner is an award-winning street and commercial photographer in Brooklyn, New York. His work focuses on everyday life while highlighting themes of race, class, and cultural identity in the city. Wagner’s unique style of photography is supported by his extensive technical skills in his incredible darkroom. Recently awarded a prestigious Gordon Parks Fellowship, Wagner’s photographs have been published by The New Yorker, The New York Times, Esquire, W Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Time, Vogue, and more. His photography for the movie, Queen & Slim brought him well-deserved attention and commercial work. His photographs have also appeared in several solo exhibitions and group shows as well in Los Angeles, New York.  Here for the Ride, his first monograph, was published in 2017 by Creative Future. His incredible 10-year-long project titled “New City, Old Blues” was exhibited at the Gordon Parks Foundation.  Make sure to check out Andre’s outstanding work!

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