Lynn Marshall-Linnemeier is an Atlanta based photographer, painter and writer. She has been documenting people and places of the South since 1989.  She has numerous awards including, a 2004 Lila Wallace-Readers’ Digest/Arts International Travel Fellowship that allowed her to travel to Australia to document the aboriginal people of that region. Marshall-Linnemeier was also the recipient of the Kellogg Foundation/Fulton County Arts Council residency in 1999 in South Africa. The primary focus, producing prints and documenting dialogue between women from around the world, confronts issues in the new millennium. Marshall-Linnemeier’s work is included in the MOCA GA permanent collection, as well as, the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA. She also had a solo exhibition at MOCA GA in 2006 entitled Stereo Propaganda: Deconstructing Stereotypes, Reconstructing Identity. She currently teaches at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA. Her work, Do What I Say was chosen to be part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography’s 11th Annual Public Art Project, Gifted which was organized and curated by Beth Lilly.

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