Christina Koci Hernandez, Watch Her, 2008; from Ambiguous times; 9 x 10 in., giclée print. Edition of 20.
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After spending 13 years as an award-winning staff photojournalist, Christine Koci Hernandez has transitioned exclusively into a career as a fine artist. She is the recipient of the Hearst Newspaper’s Eagle Award; the Ken McLaughlin Newspaper Photographer of the Year: Award of Excellence; and has been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. Her work is held in the collection of The Smithsonian American Art Museum.
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