About Carole Glauber
I am one of few photographers who is also a published photo-historian, a confluence that influences the photographs I make. While traveling, or at home, I strive to capture cultures, people, and landscapes to express my experiences during the day or night. I use different kinds of cameras ranging from digital to film to create and record my imagery, often moving from the literal to the impressionistic, sometimes with an aura of mystery, while still maintaining the reality of what I saw.
My photographs have been exhibited in over 60 group exhibitions including PH21 Gallery in Budapest, ValidFoto in Barcelona, Festival Pil’Ours in France, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Blue Sky Gallery, ASmith Gallery, RayKo Photo Center, the Somerville Toy Camera Festival, the Curated Fridge, the Griffin Museum of Photography at Lafayette Center, and PhotoPlace Gallery, amongst others in the United States. This year, I earned two Honorable Mentions in the International Photography Awards and last year, the Tokyo International Foto Awards granted me an honorable mention. For the past three years, I received honors from the Pollux Awards and for the last four years, I have been honored with the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards. Other awards include the Soho Photo Gallery International Krappy Kamera Competition and the Lightbox Photo Gallery. I am the recipient of the Peter E. Palmquist Photographic History Research Fellowship, a Winterthur Museum Fellowship, an Oregon Humanities Research Fellowship and grants from the National Coalition of Independent Scholars, Regional Arts and Culture Council, and Northwest Womens History Project. My book about Oregon photographer, Myra Albert Wiggins and many published articles reflect my research on early women photographers, along with the occasional interview and book review.
Personal History, a photographic series of my children made with a 1950’s Brownie Hawkeye Camera, is scheduled for publication in the fall of 2020 by Daylight Books with text by Elinor Carucci and essays by Ben Glauber and Sam Glauber.
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