The Center for Documentary Studies has a new be-caped protector, Chatterley, who we named in honor of its creator. Photographer and handmade-camera artist Cedric Chatterley made us an overhead light from an old enlarger, upon which Chatterley, fabricated, perches while watching over those who sit and visit and work on our famous porch. Chatterley, man, tells the origin story: [...]
Students in a recent Center for Documentary Studies continuing education class helped curate an exhibit of renowned photographer Cedric Chatterley’s work, which will open on April 29 at the Durham County Library. “We wanted to raise the curtain on the practical, hands-on tasks of creating and mounting an exhibit,” says folklorist and curator Liz Lindsey. [...]
Cedric Chatterley, who currently has two exhibition on view at CDS, is featured in an article in Duke Today on March 9, 2010. Chatterley has a third exhibit currently on Duke’s campus as well: Cedric Chatterley: Photographs of Honeyboy Edwards, 1991–1996, at the Special Collections Gallery in Perkins Library. Chatterley’s photographs of Honeyboy are now [...]
Photographing in the Key of C from Center for Documentary Studies on Vimeo. Photographing In The Key Of C Cedric Chatterley Talks About and Demonstrates His Amazing Handmade Large Format Cameras See the related exhibitions at CDS and come to the opening reception and artist talk: Olive Branch: Twenty-five Years in the Life of Mark [...]
Cedric N. Chatterley Artist Cedric N. Chatterley, viewed through the lens of one of his handmade large format cameras, in a cell phone photograph made by Tom Rankin.