David Batchelder (U.S.)
Untitled, from the series Tideland, 2012
Ultrachrome print, 310 weight-Ilford Peal museum grade paper, printed in 2016, Edition 5/8
17 x 25 1/2 inches (43 x 64 cm), signed in pen on back.
Sold with signed artist book, Tideland (Schilt, 2015)
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As a teenager, in 1959, David Batchelder was discovered by Modern Photography Magazine and
his early work was published in Aperture. He received his M.A. and M.F.A. in photography from
the University of Iowa, Iowa City. While living in Massachusetts, Batchelder was on the faculty at
Smith College, taught photography courses at Boston University and Amherst College as well as
Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. Batchelder’s photography has been exhibited widely
and was included in the exhibition and accompanying book Private Realities: Recent American
Photography (Greenwich, CT: New York Graphic Society, 1974) curated by the Museum of Fine Arts,
Boston. His work is held in many major collections including The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Tideland, (Amsterdam: Schilt Publishing, 2015), is a six year observation of a barrier island beach off
Charleston, South Carolina.