David Husom is a documentary photographer specializing in the vernacular and cultural landscape of America. As a Wisconsin and Minnesota based photographer, Husom has traveled the back roads of the Midwest extensively. He has also photographed in nearly every state in the US, as well as in Asia, Europe and Australia. His work has been in exhibits from California to Maine and is included in major museum collections including the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Starting in 2017 he started using a unmanned aerial vehicle camera (UAV, or drone) for his photography. Like much of his previous work from the past 18 years, in this new work he explores the Mississippi River valley in the Driftless Area of the small towns and river bluff landscapes that line the river. This exhibit will emphasize the river towns along the Great River Road in Wisconsin.
This exhibit will be on display from June 1 - July 15.