David Michael Kennedy

David Michael Kennedy David Michael Kennedy's body of work spans over 40 years and is held in both private and museum collections including The National Portrait Gallery, The Smithsonian Institution and The Hardwood Museum, among many others.

Leaving New York and commercial photography in 1986 David Michael Kennedy moved to New Mexico and focused on his fine art photography. His name became synonymous with New Mexican landscapes and culture including an important body of work focused on American Indian Ceremonial Dancers.

Kennedy’s images are materialized through the traditional analogue technique of Platinum/Palladium printing, of which he is widely considered to be one of the best in the world.

The Work


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