Don Coen: The Migrant Series
Don Coen: The Migrant Series brings a remarkable series of large portraits to Phoenix Art Museum. Created by Colorado-based artist Don Coen, these 15 large-scale realistic portraits tell the visual story of migrant farmers in today’s United States, a group of our population rarely considered in fine art. The works take a human-centric approach, highlighting the unique personalities of each subject and acknowledging both their personhood and work ethic.
Don Coen: The Migrant Series is a traveling exhibition organized by Phoenix Art Museum. Social photography is encouraged in this exhibition. Share your visit with #MigrantSeries.
Exhibition Dates: October 18 – February 1st.
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