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March 07-10, 2019

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2019 SPE Annual Conference: The Myths of Photography and the American Dream / Major support by The Joy Family Legacy Foundation

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Douglas Prince

Friday, November 08, 2013 @ 11:05am,

Evolving Vision

Douglas Prince currently lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and teaches part-time at the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester. He has been passionately engaged in creative photography and teaching for fifty years.

His work has appeared in numerous one-person and group exhibitions and is held in private and museum collections, including The Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angels County Museum of Art, the Addison Gallery of American Art, the Currier Museum of Art, and the National Gallery, Canberra, Australia.

Douglas Prince has been engaged in photography for the last fifty years, both as a teacher and as a picture maker. Attended the 1963 SPE conference in Chicago. He has taught at The University of Florida and RISD. During that time his photographs have been included in many group exhibitions in this country as well as abroad. He has had numerous one-person shows in New York and Chicago, and he has received several grants, including two NEA's, in 1977 and 1979. His work is found in permanent collections, such as, the Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angels County Museum of Art, the Addison Gallery of American Art, the Currier Museum of Art, and the National Gallery, Canberra, Australia.

His first monograph titled, All Possible Worlds, was published by the University of Northern Kentucky Press in 2000. In March, 2012, he was invited to present a lecture on his work, An Evolving Vision, at the Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles
He has been exploring digital image-making since 1990 and exhibits this work both as exhibition prints and on line at: www.douglasprince.com

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