Salvatore Vasapolli

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1955 –

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Who is Salvatore Vasapolli?

Salvatore Marchese-Vasapolli is a nationally acclaimed artist best known for his art photographic prints of the American landscape.

Vasapolli photographed the large format photographic book, Montana with text written by Montana's ex-congressman, John Patrick Williams, published by Graphic Arts Center, Portland, Oregon. The book depicts the state's people, natural, historical and city landscapes. The book won both the 2004 North American and World SAPPI publishing Gold Awards. In 2008, his second book, Montana: Portrait of a State, was released. Vasapolli also produces several state and national park calendars on subjects such as Montana, New Jersey, and Yellowstone National Park. His photographs hang or have been hung in private collections, corporations, galleries and museums coast to coast. Mr. Vasapolli has also receive 7 ADDY awards advertising's highest honor. In 2008 and 2009, over 23,000 people viewed his exhibition "Northern Rockies: The Introspective Landscape" at the Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Mt.

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Born
May 30, 1955
Hackensack
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  • William Paterson University

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on July 23, 2013

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