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Baldwin Lee

About the Artist
Born 1951 in Brooklyn, New York

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Bachelor of Science
 studied with Minor White
Yale University School of Art, Master of Fine Arts
 studied with Walker Evans
Grants and Awards
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship 1990
Commission to photograph for America's Forgotten Places
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship1984
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship1984
Professor of Art, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee1982 to present
Provost's Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Tennessee2001
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Visiting Professor1991-1992
University of Tennessee National Alumni Outstanding Teaching Award1988
Inaugurated Photography Program at University of Tennessee1982
Head of Photography Department, Assist. Professor of Photography
 Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts
1979 to 1982
Asst. Professor of Photography, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut1975 to 1979
Permanent Collections
Museum of Modern ArtNew York, New York
University of Michigan Museum of ArtAnn Arbor, Michigan
University of Kentucky Art MuseumLexington, Kentucky
Yale University Art GalleryNew Haven, Connecticut
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Museum of the City of New YorkNew York

He lives in Tennessee where he is a Professor of Art Emeritus at the University of Tennessee.
Photographing Black Lives in the American South
 written by Mark Steinmetz for Time.Com/Lightbox February 25, 2015
TEDx Talk at the Howard Baker Jr. Center for Pubic Policy
Compound Lens Exhibition interview with Todd Steed, WUOT
Email: info@BaldwinLee.com