Sewanee and Yale Collaborations
Professor of Art, Sewanee
Diploma, Bournemouth College of Art; M.A., Glasgow School of Art
Since graduating from the Glasgow School of Art in 1980, Pradip Malde has lived and worked as a photographic artist and teacher in Scotland and Tennessee. Malde has exhibited in Europe and the USA, and has works in numerous collections including the Princeton University Museum, Princeton, NJ; Victoria & Albert Museum, London and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh. He is currently working with students and alumni on a documentary photographic project about Haiti. As a photographer, much of his work considers the experience of loss and transformation. It examines the process of negation as a catalyst for survival. Believing that beauty and hope are intertwined, his studio practice and teaching considers how best to shape these experiences as vehicles for better understanding the human condition.