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Joshua Jensen-Nagle
 
Beaches   New Works   Photography   
Joshua Jensen-Nagle: 2017 Exhibition Catalog

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  Joshua Jensen-Nagle - A Certain Kind of Light - Edition of 7



A Certain Kind of Light - Edition of 7
archival inkjet print facemounted to acrylic
23 X 60 in. Also editioned at 33X88 in.
 
  Joshua Jensen-Nagle - More Mountains More You - Edition of 7



More Mountains More You - Edition of 7
archival inkjet print facemounted to acrylic
41 X 43 in. Also editioned at 19X20, 55X58 in.
 
  Joshua Jensen-Nagle - Just Enough - Edition of 7



Just Enough - Edition of 7
archival inkjet print facemounted to acrylic
41 X 43 in.
 
  Joshua Jensen-Nagle - Breaking Out - Edition of 7



Breaking Out - Edition of 7
archival inkjet print facemounted to acrylic
43 X 53 in. Also editioned at 58X72, 72X88 in.
 
 
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Joshua Jensen-Nagle


For over a decade, Joshua Jensen-Nagle has captivated the viewer with his evocative photographs and singular aesthetic. Best known for his dreamy large-scale beaches and romantic European vistas, Jensen-Nagle’s photographs of faraway places impart a nostalgic mood on the viewer.  

“My work over the past several years has explored the use of photography as a medium to create. Whether it is SX-70 Polaroid, photographic prints painted and then re-photographed, or shooting with the latest digital technology, I understand photography as a means to create rather than to document a reality, allowing the viewer to bring their own associations to the work.”

Joshua bases his successful full-time art practice in Toronto, and has become a prominent fixture in the arts community. Having mounted over fifty exhibitions in the last 12 years, he has developed a strong standing in the art world, and is collected widely throughout North America and Europe.