Shawn Bush (1987) is a photographer living and working in San Francisco. In his work Shawn tends to blend a certain amount of fiction with reality to create a one off world that mimics aspects of pop culture and Americana. His work tends to focus on the obscurities of everyday life with subtle humor and lends itself to his inquisitive nature. Bush has been shown in galleries in Chicago, Oakland, Grand Rapids and San Francisco. His debut artist book The Process of Meaning and Worth is the recipient of the Manifest Gold Book award and is apart of the Museum of Contemporary Photography’s permanent collection.
Something to report. Shawn Bush has just released his monograph books ‘Golden State’, an handmade artist edition of 10 with die cut title page and 8×10 print.