Photograph, Not for Sale
Douglas McCulloh is a practicing artist and senior curator at UCR ARTS/California Museum of Photography. His photographic work has been shown nationally and internationally in more than 250 exhibitions including: Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing; Musée de l’Elysee, Lausanne; Musée Nicéphore Niépce, France; La Triennale di Milano, Italy; Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City; Institute de Cultura, Barcelona; Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles; Southeast Museum of Photography, Florida; Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans; Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.; and Cooper Union School of Art, New York. McCulloh’s fifth book is The Great Picture: Making the World’s Largest Photograph, part of the Legacy Project Collaborative and published by Hudson Hills Press, New York. McCulloh is an honors graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara and holds an M.F.A. in photography and digital media from Claremont Graduate University. Exhibitions curated by McCulloh have shown in a range of venues: Kennedy Center for the Arts, Washington D.C.; Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg; Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City; Flacon Art Center, Moscow; Center for Visual Art, Denver, Colorado; Manuel Álvarez Bravo Center, Oaxaca; Sejong Center, Seoul, South Korea; Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China; and Peterson Automotive Museum, Los Angeles, and, of course, UCR ARTS/California Museum of Photography.