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Platinotype book

Cover Photo: Imogen Cunningham, Birdcage and Shadows, 1921printed 2019, by Pradip MaldeThe cover is one of my favorite photographs by Imogen Cunningham, the use of which was graciously granted by Meg Partridge and the Imogen Cunningham Trust. I am very ...

Open Call for platinum/palladium prints

Mesh Acacia Tortilis, Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania, 2018.Platinum-palladium print (1:1) on Reich vellum paperfrom 8×10 inch negative original We are pushed up by the same force that pushes us down. The things that hide from us also hide us. ...

RAY 2018

I am thrilled to have just been invited to be part of RAY 2018 Triennal in Germany with my series “The Third Heaven” and other works related to the festival’s theme, ‘Extreme’. The work will be shown at the Fotografie Forum ...

Installation views of The third Heaven

The exhibition, ‘The Third Heaven: photographs from Haiti, 2006-2012’ is open until October 12 18, 2013. On Saturday, September 21, in conjunction with a campus wide, after hours Gallery Walk, the University Art Gallery will host a ...

Exhibition Announcement – The Third Heaven

Sewanee’s University Art Gallery will open the 2013 – 2014 exhibition season with Pradip Malde’s The Third Heaven, Photographs from Haiti, 2006-2012, on view from September 3 through October 18, 2013. Malde’s beautiful color photographs are grouped in ...

Hiatus

Banner and Bannister. Ansel Adams: At the water’s edge – a wonderful exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum I am taking a blogging break until August 2, 2012. Thanks for looking! If you still want to peek at my visual sketch book which I add ...

Haiti Earthquake

Since the tragic earthquake in Haiti, I have been posting news and information (mostly links to other resources) on my Twitter/Haiti feed. Twitter has been overloading frequently, mainly due to a large increase in Haiti-related traffic. Rather than add to ...

Orkney Futures

A small piece by me is included in the recently published  ‘Orkney Futures: a handbook‘: A new collection describing what may lie ahead for Orkney. From Nobel prizewinner Seamus Heaney to Orkney poet Robert Rendall, OIC Convenor Stephen Hagan ...