Website - RePhotographica-Slade.Blogspot.com
George Slade is a photography historian, writer, consultant, and curator based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Most recently he was the curator and program manager at the Photographic Resource Center in Boston. In 2008, as an adjunct assistant curator at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, he oversaw the installation and presentation of the Museum of Modern Art’s major traveling retrospective of Lee Friedlander’s photography. He was the artistic director and chief curator of the Minnesota Center for Photography from 2003 to 2008 and directed the McKnight Foundation Artist Fellowships for Photographers Program from 1998 to 2008. In 2007 he was awarded a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for a project linking archival photographs and personal reflection. Slade contributes regularly to photo-eye books, and can be found on-line as re:photographica. His essay on Lydia Panas is one of four he wrote in 2011 to accompany photographers’ monographs.
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