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Date of Birth , 1935
Date of Death August 28, 2021 (aged 86–87)
Place of Birth Los Angeles, California
Country American
Profession Photographer
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Joan Almond Biography

Joan Almond is a famous American photographer, who was born on , 1935 in Los Angeles, California. According to Astrologers, Joan Almond's zodiac sign is .

Joan Almond (June 3, 1935 – August 28, 2021) was an American photographer, exhibiting since 1987.

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Almond was a photographer for John Cassavetes' 3 Plays of Love & Hate and was also involved in many of Cassavetes' projects that her brother, Bo Harwood, was involved in. Almond was an archival photographer for Charles Kiselyak's book and film A Constant Forge (2000) about the 3 Plays of Love & Hate and Cassavetes' life.

Joan Almond Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2022. So, how much is Joan Almond worth at the age of 86 years old? Joan Almond’s income source is mostly from being a successful Photographer. She is from American. We have estimated Joan Almond's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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The first exhibition of Almond's black-and-white photos was a collection of 55 photos, Jerusalem: The Gathering of Nations (1987), presented at the Saidye Bronfman Centre in Montreal. The photos in this show were selected from the over 10,000 photos (b/w and color) Almond had taken while on a photo assignment for the architect, Moshe Safdie for his book The Harvard Jerusalem Studio. Saidye had hired a team as part of a large urban design project in Jerusalem and approximately 150 of Almond's photos were selected to illustrate this book.

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In 1998, the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada purchased eight of Almond's platinum and palladium photographic prints: Shadows and Shoes, Tinehir, Morocco (1985); A Room of her Own, Darman, India (1996); Tiger Beware, Udaipur, India (1996); Cool Passage, Farafra, Egypt (1987); Kitchen, Farafra, Egypt (1987); Algerian Villager, Bousaanda, Algeria (1985); Main Street, Mersa Matruk, Egypt (1991) Water Carriers and Donkey, Saqqara, Egypt (1987) for the national collection:. This collection of Almond's prints were presented in Platinum (1999) at the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography along with seven other artists: Ginette Bouchard, Patrick Close, Tony Hauser, Stephen Livick, Bruce Monk, Gerald Pisarzowski, Elizabeth Siegfried. Platinum became one of the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography's Travelling Exhibitions presented at The Station Gallery in Ontario in 2002.

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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.

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A selection of Almond's photographs from 1976 to 1996, including images taken during her travels to Morocco, Algeria, Jerusalem, Egypt and India, were included in her book Joan Almond: The Past in the Present (2002). Susan Scafati stated in an article in Women In Photography that: "Her images together read more like a diary, filled with visions of personal encounters and private lives. Through her patient pursuit of natural moments, an intimacy unveils, blurring the borders between outsider and native."

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