To Dream, to Collect


Larry Marchant

1947 Jackson, Mississippi, United States

1 Works exhibited

Current location

Atlanta GA

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  • About the Artist
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Bibliography

Based out of Atlanta, GA, Larry studied classical fine art and graphic design under Vernon Marifield in the Fine Art Department of University of Southern Mississippi.

While working as an Art Director he soon discovered his love for photography and quickly rose to the top of his profession as a fashion/advertising photographer. His work has been published in Europe, Asia, South America and North America and in magazines including Vogue, Playboy, Glamour, W and others.

His client list includes Coca-Cola, Resortquest International and Russel Athletic Sportswear. Positions held include: - Photojournalist with the Times Journal Publications. - Director of Fashion Photography Macy's/Federated - Department Stores / Atlanta/Southeastern USA - Playboy Contributing Photographer - Chairman of Programing: Booth Museum Photo Guild

Selected Exhibitions:

MIA Photo Fair: Milan Italy
Fine-Art-Images Gallery: Turin, Italy

Permanent collections
Booth Western Art Museum
American Society of Media Photographers.

Past Exhibitions:
High Museum of Art: Atlanta, GA
Booth Museum - Smithsonian Affiliate
'Photographic Art Today'
(Named national 'Best Western Art Museum' and USA Today's #1 People's Choice Award)
Emory University Arts Center: Atlanta, GA
A2D Photography Exhibition: Atlanta, GA
'In Search of Light' One man Show in Atlanta, GA
Mainline Art Gallery: Pensacola, FL

Represented by the Fine-Art-Images Gallery of Turin, Italy Larry has two upcoming gallery fine art exhibitions in Turin and Milan, Italy.

Larry has lectured on his work at Emory University, The Creative Congress and the Smithsonian affiliated Booth Western Art Museum. His one-man exhibition 'In Search of Light', a retrospective show of his career in Fashion, Photojournalism, Travel and Fine Art drew over 450 people at the opening Artist's VIP Receptions, with 117 attending the reception's after party. Sold in New York auction for $10,000, he donated his work to help raise money for the Louve Museum in Paris. Larry has also donated his art to Ted Turner's 'Save The Planet Foundation' as well as other charities for worthy causes.

Works by Larry Marchant

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