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Douglas Prince
Evolving Vision: The Testimony of A Living Photo Fossil
Thursday, March 8, 2012 6:30-8:00pm

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 has taught for the last fifty years.

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

Beginning as a traditional photographer with medium format film cameras, he soon began to explore alternative visions:  combining images in the darkroom and making photo-sculptures with images on film. In the late 1990s his photo explorations led him into digital image-making.

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