Pradip Malde – Curriculum vita – 2013

Aug 2013 “The Third Heaven: photographs from Haiti 2006-2012”, The University Art Gallery, Sewanee, TN.
May 2011 “Haiti: blind architect”, Taylor St. Barista and Rodhus Gallery, Brighton, UK
Sep 2010 “Reflectance”, The University Art Gallery, Sewanee, TN.
Jul 2007 “Looking At God”, Cheekwood Museum, Nashville, TN
Sep 2006 Glen Urquhart School, Beverly, MA
Jan 2006 New work, Walsh Gallery, Chicago, IL
Dec 2003 – 06 “Thresholds: Art in Spiritual Life”, satellite solo at Smith-McAllister Funeral Chapel, Charleston, SC. Group show touring the Southern States.
Sep 2003 “Demarcation”, Walsh Gallery, Chicago
Aug 2003 “Campsite for the Non-Citizen”, University Gallery, Sewanee, TN.
Nov 1999 “Dragon”, Pluto Gallery, Oslo, Norway
April 1999 New Work, Upstairs Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
Feb 1997 “Wake”, St. Andrew’s School, Sewanee, TN.
Aug 1996 “Prayer and Despair: Photographs and Calligraphy, 1995”, Edinburgh College of Art / Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Touring until 1998
Feb 1996 Photographs and calligraphy. Kiang Gallery, Atlanta.
Jan 1996 “Black Magnolia II”, River Gallery, Chattanooga, TN.
May 1995 “Black Magnolia I”, Viewpoint Gallery, Sacramento, CA.
Nov 1994 “Walls Within”, Chattanooga State Technical Community College, Chattanooga, TN.
Nov 1994 “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell”, Wisteria Artspace, Brooklyn, NY.
Jan 1993 “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: Photographs 1993”, The University Gallery, Sewanee, TN, USA.
May 1992 Pradip Malde: photographs, Frankfurt Foto Forum, Frankfurt, Germany
Mar 1992 “Zauberei”, Fotogalerie in der Schwanenburg, Kleve, Germany
Nov 1990 Photographs: 1984-1990, University Gallery, Sewanee, Tennessee
Sept 1990 “Memory, Balance, Love”, Portfolio Gallery, Edinburgh
Aug 1990 “Magic”, Lindemanns Galerie, Stuttgart
Oct 1989 Canon Gallery, Amsterdam
Oct 1986 “Still Life”, Somerstown Studios & Art Gallery, Somers, New York
1984-86 “Alchemical Windows”, touring exhibition started at Collins Gallery, Glasgow
July 1981 Pier Arts Centre, Stromness, Orkney


Aug 2012 “37 Indian Still Lifes”, Tasveer Gallery, Bangalore, India and traveling through April 2013
Dec 2011 “Romantic Camera: Scottish Photography & the Modern World”, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Nov 2010 Hunter Invitational 2010, Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN
Feb 2009 “25 Years of Photography – Scotland: Celebrating the Anniversary of the National Collection”, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Jul 2008 “Kaleidoscope: Works on Paper Recently Acquired for Scotland”, Scottish National Galleries, Edinburgh, Scotland
Aug 2006 “Between Substance and Matter”, with David Williams and Robin Gillanders. University Gallery, Sewanee, TN
Oct 2005 “Disappearance and Gathering”, St. Andrews-Sewanee Gallery, TN, with Rachel Malde
Feb 2003 “New Work”, Fugitive Gallery, Nashville, TN, with Edward Davee.
Dec 2003 “Thresholds: Art and Spiritual Life”, City Gallery / Riverfront, Charleston, SC (traveling through 2004)
Oct 2003 “Still Life”, Napier University Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Sep 2003 “30 by 30”, Cheatle Gallery, London.
Jul 2003 “Out of the Box”, Walsh Gallery, Chicago
Jun 2002 Zeitgeist Gallery, Nashville, TN.
Mar 2000 Acquisitions, Aberdeen Museum & Art Gallery, Aberdeen, Scotland
Nov 1999 “Bound Images”, Upstairs Gallery, Atlanta
Sept 1999 “Common Ground: Alternative Processes in Photography”, Memorial Union Art Gallery, Davis, CA
April 1999 “Into the Light: Photographic printing out of the darkroom”, the Royal Photographic Society, Bath, England.
July 1995 “Light From the Dark Room: a Celebration of Scottish Photography”, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.
Oct 1994 “35 Years of Barbie Doll”, Photokina, Dusseldorf, Germany.
Oct 1990-94 “Scottish Photography Now”, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, and touring Europe via the British Council
Aug 1989 “Through The Looking Glass”, Barbican Art Gallery, London
May 1988 Print Room, The Photographers’ Gallery, London (with Mari Mahr & Mark Warner)
Mar 1987 featured artist, Sheffield Media Show, Sheffield Polytechnic, Sheffield, England
Feb 1986 Portraits, Scott Gallery, University Of Lancaster, Lancaster, England (with Elizabeth Motlow)
Sep 1984 Society Of Scottish Artists Annual Exhibition: Invited Artist, Royal Academy, Edinburgh, Scotland


Works are held in various private collections in the US of A and Europe, and in the collections of
Museum of the Art Institute, Chicago;
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago;
Houston Museum of Fine Art, Houston, TX;
Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, AZ;
Princeton University Museum;
Victoria & Albert Museum, London;
Scottish Arts Council, Edinburgh;
Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh;
Arts Council Of Great Britain, London;
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Collection, London;
British Council, London;
Royal Photographic Society, Bath, England;
Virginia Commonwealth University’s Special Collections and Archives at the James Branch Cabell Library, Richmond, VA;
Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall, England


2013 Jill Enfield, “Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes: Popular Historical and Contemporary Techniques”, Focal Press, pages 121-145
2013 Interview with David Chow, Art of Platinum blog []
2012 “The Atlas of Analytic Signatures of Photographic Processes: Platinotype”,by Susan C. Stulik and Art Kaplan, The Getty Conservation Institute, page 43
2012 “Prayer and Despair”, interview with Tasveer Journal, India []
2012 Interview about Haiti, La Informacion blog []
2009 Ed. Alistair Peebles and Laura Watts, “Orkney Futures: a handbook”, Brae Editions, Orkney
2008 Christopher James, The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes, Second Edition. Delmar, pages 266, 304-306
2007 Tom Normand, “Scottish Photography: A History”, Luath Press Ltd., Edinburgh, UK., page 157 passim
2007 Michael Lynch, ed., “Oxford Companion to Scottish History”, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, page 477
2007 Silvershotz magazine (vol.4, ed.1), London
2006 Mike J Ware, “Gold in Photography:
The History and Art of Chrysotype”, ffotoffilm publishing, Abergavenny, UK., pages 7,142, 195, 162-167
2004 Robin Gillanders, “The Photographic Portrait: Techniques, Strategies and Thoughts on Creating Portraits with Meaning”, David and Charles, 2004, pages 76, 91, 115
2001 Stevenson and Forbes, “A Companion Guide to Photography in the National Galleries of Scotland”, National Galleries, Edinburgh, Scotland
1999 “Into the Light: Photographic printing out of the darkroom”, Exhibition catalogue, the Royal Photographic Society, Bath, England.
1999 Dick Arentz, “Platinum and Palladium Printing”, Focal Press, pages 146-48
1996 Diane Henderson, Pradip Malde and Elizabeth Motlow, “Prayer and Despair: new photographic work by Pradip Malde, 1995”, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh.
1995 “Light From the Dark Room: a Celebration of Scottish Photography”, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.
1994 Photographs published in Blind Spot, New York, September.
1994 Portfolio of platinum prints and technical paper in View Camera Magazine, Sacramento, CA., September.
1993 & 1994 Pradip Malde & P. Celina Lunsford, “Imogen Cunningham: The Poetry of Form”, Stemmle and Fotografie Forum Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany.
1990 Richard Lorenz and Pradip Malde, “The Eclectic Spirit: Imogen Cunningham”, Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries, Glasgow, Scotland
1990 “Scottish Photography Now”, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh / exhibition catalogue (available in English and Spanish eds.)
1990 Malde, “Memory, Balance, Love”, Portfolio Gallery, Edinburgh / exhibition catalogue
1989 Badger & Harris, “Through The Looking Glass”, Barbican Art Gallery, London / exhibition catalogue
1988 Pradip Malde & Mike Ware, “The Ammonium System: a contemporary method for making prints in platinum and palladium”, self-published workshop manual
1986 Mike Weaver, “The Photographic Art”, Herbert Press, London
1986 John Stathatos, “Multiple Originals”, The Photographers’ Gallery, London, 1986.

AWARDS and GRANTS selected list

2013 Spunk Foundation, for The Discover Together Collaborative to provide an integrated approach to family engagement, effective teaching, and systems alignment in Grundy County, TN. With Prof. Karen Yu, Sewanee and Prof. Linda Mayes, Yale. $30,000
2011 Faculty research grant to produce artist book, ‘I have gone’
2010 Sabbatical leave, project: Reflectance, University of the South
2009 Fellow, Interactivity Foundation, to consider role of photography in citizen-based discussions
2007 Mellon Foundation award to develop and teach community engagement courses
2006 Faculty research grant, University of the South to photograph in Haiti
2005 Faculty research grant, University of the South
2003 Innovative teaching award to develop a lens-media introductory art course around territory and place, Center for Teaching, University of the South
2003 Special projects discretionary award, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of the South
2002 Sabbatical leave, project: Campsite for the Non-Citizen, University of the South
2001 Center for Teaching award to develop a new course: Computer Science and Art, University of the South
1995 Sabbatical leave project: Prayer and Despair – (exhibition and publication at the Edinburgh College of Art / Edinburgh Arts festival), University of the South
1993 University of the South Faculty Research Grant to curate, “Imogen Cunningham: The Breath of All Things”.
1991 National Science Foundation award: Chemistry and Art (with John Bordley and Janet Schrenck, Chemistry), USA – $70,000
1989 Brown Foundation Fellowship, The University of the South
1988 Recipient of a Scottish Arts Council Major Bursary, UK – $18,000
1985 Research fellowship award, Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland
1984 Recipient of a Scottish Arts Council Award, UK – $7,000

TEACHING APPOINTMENTS, CONSULTANCIES, other activities, selected list

Fall 2011 Visiting Professor, Dept. of Photography, Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens
Feb 2012 Visiting Consultant, The Voice Collaboration community photography project, Interactivity Foundation, Parkersburg, VA
2011-2012 Special instructor in Communications Studies and Documentary Photography, Episcopal University of Haiti – Port Au Prince, Haiti.
2011-2012 ‘Turning the Wall: a Trench Town Journey’, photographic project with S. Dixon Myers about the Trench Town community in Kingston, Jamaica. A book mockup is being reviewed for publication.
2011-ongoing Haiti-Sewanee Institute, Founder and co-director with Dr. Deborah McGrath
Fall 2011 Visiting Professor, Graduate and Undergraduate Photography, Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Jan 2011 Visiting Artist, Clemson University, SC
Spring 2010 Visiting Professor, University of Georgia—Cortona program, Cortona, Italy.
Nov 2009 Visiting Artist, Willamette University, OR.
May 2009 Primary consultant, Scottish Public Libraries, for establishing the Gunnie Moberg Photography Archive in Orkney, Scotland
Feb 2009 Juror, Positive/Negative 24, Slocumb Galleries, ETSU, Johnson City TN
2009-ongoing Center for Engaged Learning, Founding member and advisor
Jan 2007 Visual Arts Panelist, National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts, Miami, FL
Jan 2006 Master Class, National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts, Miami, FL
Nov 2005 Visiting Artist, Portfolio Center, Atlanta, GA
July 2005 Artist Residency, Crear Visual and Performing Arts Center, Argyll, Scotland
Feb 2004 Visiting Artist, University of Georgia, Athens
Oct 2003 Featured visiting artist, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, Atlanta, GA
1998 Summer Arts Program, visiting artist and instructor, California State University, Long Beach, CA. With Roger Vail and Mike Ware
1997-2002 Visiting Artist, Summer Program, School of the Art Institute, Chicago
1997 Consultant and documentarian, Center for Economic Development and Population Access, working with a team led by Prof. Riffat Hassan in Lucknow, India
1995-96 Platinum/palladium printing and Polaroid materials workshop, Showcase School, Atlanta, GA.
May 1995 Visiting Artist, California State University, Sacramento, CA.
Sep 1994 “The Wide Eyed Collector: Some guidelines for the collecting of photography”, International Conference of Museums (AVICOM), Bonn, Germany. Panelist
Sep 1993 Exhibition curator, “Imogen Cunningham: The Breath of All Things”, University Art Gallery, Sewanee, TN.
1990-94 Academic and creative consultant for “Dorothea Lange: A Visual Life”, Directed by Meg Partridge. Pacific Picture’s production of NEH funded documentary about photographer Dorothea Lange..
1990 Exhibition curator, “The Eclectic Spirit: Imogen Cunningham” Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries, Glasgow, Scotland
1989-ongoing Professor of Art, the University of the South, Sewanee, TN
May 1988 “Photography: The Holistic Approach: Platinum/Palladium printing”, 2 & 5 day workshops, Photography At Duckspool, Somerset, England.
May 1988 A Personal Approach, 1 day workshop, The Photographers’ Gallery, London
March 1988 Visiting Artist, Newcastle Polytechnic, England.
1987- ongoing Commissioned to print from the negatives of (selected list): Imogen Cunningham (by the Imogen Cunningham Trust, Berkeley); Margrethe Mather (by the Margrethe Mather & William Justema Trust, San Francisco); Frederick H Evans (by the Royal Photographic Society, Bath); Frederick Bremner (by the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh).
1986-88 Platinum/Palladium Printing, 3 day workshops, The Photographer’s Place, Derbyshire, England. With Dr Mike J Ware
1985-2003 Consulting curator and archives specialist, Imogen Cunningham Trust, Berkeley, CA
1984-89 Instructor in photography, Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland.
1981-2 Archives and photography specialist, Educational outreach and Tom Kent Photographic Archive, National Libraries of Scotland, Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland.

CLASSES TAUGHT selected list

Capstone Seminars, University of the South, Sewanee (cross-disciplinary, for all art majors)
Color, Motion, and Time: Studies in Digital Art, Painting, and Video, University of the South, Sewanee
Drawing, Introductory through Intermediate, University of the South, Sewanee
Graduate Seminar, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
History of Modern Art, University of the South, Sewanee
History of Photography, Napier University, Edinburgh
Introduction to Photography, University of the South, Sewanee
Large Format Photography, Napier University, Edinburgh
Lens and Landscape, University of the South, Sewanee
Line, Form, and Space: Studies in Drawing, Photography, and Sculpture, University of the South, Sewanee
Professional Practice, Napier University, Edinburgh
Sculpture, Introductory through Advanced, University of the South, Sewanee
Seminar in Creativity: theory and practice, University of the South, Sewanee
Still Life Photography, Napier University, Edinburgh
Topics in Digital Art, Introductory through Advanced, University of the South, Sewanee,

(various, including:
Web design and HTML, Flash and Actionscript, Interactive Spaces with Arduino ,Processing and Pure Data, Digital Narrative, Photography and Core Digital Tools)

Topics in Documentary Photography, Intermediate through Advanced, University of the South, Sewanee

(various, including:
classes taught in collaboration with:
“Human Health and Environment”, Biology / McGrath, Sewanee
“Politics of Poverty”, Political Science / Schneider, Sewanee
“Child, Family, and Community Development in Rural Appalachia”, Psychology / Yu, Sewanee and Mayes, Yale
“Exodus: An Exploration of the Individual and the Community”, Political Science / Gutterman, Willamette;
and projects located with and in:
Partners In Health, Haiti
Episcopal University of Haiti, Port Au Prince
Organization for the Rehabilitation of the Environment, Haiti
Trench Town Culture Yard, Kingston, Jamaica
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Franklin County, TN
Discover Together, Grundy County, TN)

Topics in Photography, Intermediate and Advanced, University of the South, Sewanee

(various, including:
Mysticism and photography; Poetry in Photography; Large Format; Platinum-palladium Printing; Constructed Book; Photo Theory and Practice’ The Self; Space and Place in Photography)


Since 1989, served on committees: Admissions, Appointments and Leaves (chair), Center for Teaching, Information Technology (chair), First Year Program, Committee on International Travel Policy
1991-97 Chair, Department of Art and Art History

Currently serving on the following committees
University Senate
College of Arts and Sciences Promotion and Tenure
University Strategic Planning
University Budget Priorities
University Advisory
Watson Fellowship Selection
Environmental Studies in the Arts and Humanities Program, steering
Center for Engaged Learning Program, steering

Ongoing faculty advising at Sewanee: The University of the South:
The Sewanee Women’s Center
Sewanee Outreach and Community Service Program


1979-80 Glasgow School Of Art, Glasgow, Scotland. Master of Arts (Design).
1976-79 Bournemouth College of Art, Bournemouth, England. Diploma (Photography).
1974-76 Friends School, Saffron Walden, England
1973-74 International School, Estepona, Spain
1969-73 St. Pauls School, Darjeeling, India
1962-69 Arusha School, Arusha, Tanzania

Updated: January 5, 2014