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John Mireles

Projects

Talk of walls and fences has many discouraged in this particular political moment; but for photographer John Raymond Mireles, fences provide an opportunity for connection, not division.

What began as a visual display of his own neighbors (on his own fence) in San Diego, California’s Barrio Logan neighborhood, Mireles’s “Neighbors Project” has grown into a portrait series that features 86 different Americans, from each of the 50 states, hung on fences around the country. Armed with a message of decency and humanity, Mireles embarked on a two-year journey that took him to every state and introduced him to hundreds of characters.

Artworks

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John Mireles

John Mireles

John Mireles

John Mireles

John Mireles

John Mireles

John Mireles

John Mireles

John Mireles

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John Mireles

John Mireles

John Mireles

John Mireles

John Mireles

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