"I am not especially interested in anonymous photography, or avant-garde photography, or in straight, crooked, or any other subspecific category; I am interested in the entire, indivisible hairy beast --because in the real world, where photographs are made, these subspecies, or races, interbreed shamelessly and continually." --John Szarkowski
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Douglas McCulloh is an honors graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara and holds an M.F.A. in photography from Claremont Graduate University. McCulloh’s work has been featured internationally in over 135 exhibitions including at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Musée de l’Elysee, Lausanne, Switzerland; Institute de Cultura de Barcelona, Spain; La Triennale di Milano, Italy; Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City; California Museum of Photography; and Southeast Museum of Photography. His fourth book, Dream Street, was published May, 2009. He has curated 14 exhibitions of photography, including three for the California Museum of Photography. McCulloh was one of six artists who transformed an abandoned southern California F-18 jet hanger into the world’s largest camera to make the world’s largest photograph.
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