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Phillip Toledano. Source: LensCulture

A self-described conceptual artist, Phillip Toledano is an acclaimed creative known for work spanning a variety of mediums that include photography, videography, sculpture, and painting. With poignant photo projects including “When I Was Six” and “Days With My Father,” Toledano has proven his unique ability to convey deep understanding of complex emotions and situations. With 65,000 followers and counting on his Instagram account (where much of his work is shared), the public’s interest in and connection with the creative endeavors Toledano has to share is evident.

Toledano will be in NYC at The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) exhibition on April 28 signing copies of his new book, Another America, which is available here. Utilizing AI to generate photographs set in the 1940s and 50s, Toledano’s Another America poses a modernly produced, alternative view of our nation’s history. You can find him @ 3PM L’Artiere | Booth P22.

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