Pradip Malde is a photographer and teaches at the University of the South, Sewanee, TN. Much of his work considers the experience of loss and how it serves as a catalyst for regeneration. He is currently working in rural communities in Haiti and Tennessee, designing models for community development through photography.

About Pradip Malde in Detail

Curriculum Vita

Statement

Teaching

Books

Reflectance

I Have Gone

Links to other online work

FotoVisura

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Jan. 2013: My colleagues, Prof. Karen Yu, Sewanee and Prof. Linda Mayes, Yale and I have received a major grant from a private foundation, for Camp Discover / The Discover Together Collaborative to provide an integrated approach to family engagement, effective teaching, and systems alignment in Grundy County, TN. Read more about this project and also about how it links with a current set of classes taught by us here.

Pradip Malde generously cited, and featured with Mike Ware in
Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes: Popular Historical and Contemporary Techniques
by Jill Enfield, Focal Press
Chapter 8: Platinum and Palladium printing, pages 131-147

Update about Reflectance : this collection is now available in book form from Blurb

Milke Ware and Pradip Malde cited in
‘The Atlas of Analytic Signatures of Photographic Processes: Platinotype’
by Dusan C. Stulik and Art Kaplan, The Getty Conservation Institute
page 43

Hand-bound volumes of the book, The Third Heaven have been acquired by the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s National Art Library, London and by Virginia Commonwealth University’s Special Collections and Archives at the James Branch Cabell Library, Richmond, VA.

David Chow writes an extensive article about my work on The Art of Platinum Printing blog

Tom Normand, in his book, Scottish Photography: A History, ‘examines the photograph as an object, a form of documentary, and as a memorial; and the ways in which the Scottish connection has altered or defined these forms.’ [from the cover notes] – read his discussion of my work in this book

Tasveer Gallery, Bangalore, India: Tasveer Online has an interview and featured article of portraits from folio, ‘Prayer and Despair: photographs, 1995

interview in La Informacion about Haiti and my work there