William
Craft
Brumfield

 
       

Documentary Photography

 

from the William Brumfield Collection

       

About the author


Fellowship and grant support from:


Publications

Author and photographer of numerous books on Russian architecture:

Editor of

Since 2001 extensive book publications in Russia, including two series with texts and photographs by Brumfield:

1. "Otkryvaia Rossiiu" (Discovering Russia), consisting of thirteen volumes to date:

2. Architectural monuments of the Vologda territory, consisting of six hardcover volumes to date:

Edited volumes:

Last two books also appeared in Russian editions.

Contributor of entries on Russian architecture to major encyclopedias, such as

Numerous articles and chapters in English as well as Russian publications on Russian architecture, photography, and literature.


 

PHOTOGRAPHY

 

Brumfield's photographs of Russian architecture exhibited at numerous galleries and museums in the US, Russia, France, and Canada are part of the collection of

the Photographic Archives at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

A collection is also held in the Prints and Photographs Division of theLibrary of Congress and displayed at the following LC site:
http://frontiers.loc.gov/intldl/mtfhtml/mfdigcol/mfdcphot.html


 

EXHIBITS

 

(partial list): "The Russian Art of Building in Wood" (a traveling exhibit sponsored by the National Humanities Center), and "Lost Russia: Photographs by William Brumfield," opened at the Duke University Museum of Art in January 1996, and shown at the New Orleans Museum of Art (Nov. 1996-Feb. 1997), the University of Michigan Museum of Art, and other museums. Major retrospective: "The Russian North. The Witness of William Brumfield", 2001, State Museum of Architecture, Moscow.


 

INTERNET

 

Photographic work featured on a number of U.S. and Russian internet sites, including:

Web design by  Michael Dmitriev

on CULTINFO.RU

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