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Lucas Blalock (b. 1978) is a photographer living in Brooklyn, New York. He was a longstanding member of North Carolina’s NADA-affiliated Branch Gallery and has recently exhibited pictures at Eighth Veil in Los Angeles, California and Griffin Editions in Brooklyn, New York. His first monograph, I Believe You, Liar, was published in early 2009.

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