Deborah Luster
1951 –

Introduction

Deborah Luster (born 1951) is a photographic artist from Northwest Arkansas, US, and has been a professional photographer since the 1990s. Luster has at least one book in print, One Big Self: Prisoners of Louisiana, and is known for using older technology such as tintype to document and artistically portray violent crime and related topics. She is published and discussed in various international media such as The Economist, educational sources such as the John Simon Guggenhiem Memorial Foundation, galleries such as the Jack Shainman Gallery and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Wikidata identifier

Q18156634

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Roles

Artist, photographer

ULAN identifier

500333950

Names

Deborah Luster

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