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Brandon Thibodeaux

Brandon Thibodeaux

Reflection, Vacherie, LA, 2020


11 x 8" Archival pigment print 
6½ x 6½" Image size

Edition of 22


Each print includes a certificate of authenticity, numbered and hand-signed by the artist.

  • About the Image

    "Set in a somber southern Louisiana landscape, the image, Reflection, Vacherie, LA, 2020, is from an ongoing body of work drawn in part from Longfellow's epic poem, Evangeline. Adopted as lore by the Cajun communities of the region, this fictional tale of loss, longing, and an unrelenting love, depicts Evangeline's search for her betrothed, Gabriel, when the two young Acadians are torn apart by war."

  • Artist Bio

    Brandon Thibodeaux is a photographer and educator based in Houston, TX, who creates portraits in the documentary tradition. In addition to his assignment work and creative commissions, he explores life in the American South. He is a guest instructor with the Santa Fe Photographic and Maine Media Workshops, as well as both the Houston and Los Angeles Centers of Photography.


    His work has been recognized by American Photo Magazine, Photo District News, and the Oxford American lists him as one of their 100 Under 100, New Superstars of Southern Art. His long-term photographic project based in the Mississippi Delta first entitled, When Morning Comes, was awarded Center’s Gallerist Choice Award 2013, AI-AP American Photography 30, the Critical Mass Solo Show Award 2013, the 2014 Michael P. Smith Fund For Documentary Photography Grant and the 2016 Palm Springs Photo Festival Portfolio Review Award.


    This work, later published as a book by Red Hook Editions in 2017, under the new title, In That Land of Perfect Day, has been featured by numerous publications including American Photo Magazine, B+W Magazine, Garden &Gun, PDN, Port Magazine, Oxford American, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.


    Prints from this series are held in the collections of The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Telfair Museums, Savannah, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, and various private collections, including The Do Good Fund, Inc.

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