Lucas Foglia (1983) grew up on a small family farm in New York and currently lives in San Francisco. His work focuses on the intersection of human belief systems and the natural world. He published three books with the publisher Nazareli Press: A Natural Order (2012), Frontcountry (2014) and Human Nature (2017).
He photographs for magazines including Bloomberg Businessweek, National Geographic Magazine, and The New York Times Sunday Magazine. Foglia also collaborates with non-profit organizations including Sierra Club, The Nature Conservancy, and Winrock International.
Lucas Foglia’s photographs are held in major collections in Europe and in the United States, including: Art Collection Deutsche Börse, David Winton Bell Gallery of Brown University, Denver Art Museum, Foam, International Center of Photography, Kunstmuseum Magdeburg, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Victoria and Albert Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pier 24, Portland Art Museum and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
16 November – 17 December, 2017
20 November – 3 January, 2015
16 -17 November, 2017
Summer Camp(ing), The Valley, Building a photographic project between art and reportage
25 – 29 June, 2015
Rovegno, Val Trebbia
Toward a social landscape
22 – 23 November, 2014