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Douglas Manchee Print Collection

 Collection
Identifier: CSC-032

Scope and Contents

The Douglas Manchee Print Collection includes digital photographic prints made from 2004–2011. The collection is organized into two series.

Series I. “Interpreting the Landmarks of Printing History,” (2004) includes 28, 10.1/4 x 15 3/8 inch, color, archival inkjet prints. Douglas Manchee photographed 12 items in the Cary Graphic Arts Collection. These photographs were used to explore the range of photographic digital output capabilities using inkjet and pigment-based printers and a range of substrates. There are sometimes multiple versions of one image to show differences between inkjet ink sets, papers, and color management workflows. The Series also includes labels that accompanied an exhibition curated by Manchee.

Series II. “In and Out of Print,” (2011) includes 70, 7 x 9 inch study prints, and 12, 14 x 17.5 inch exhibition quality prints. Both sets are archival inkjet prints. These photographic prints depict the storefronts of bookshops in New York State, with a concentration of shops located in Manhattan, New York City.

Dates

  • 2004-2011

Biographical / Historical

Douglas Manchee has been teaching at RIT since 1991. He is a Professor in the RIT School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, acting as chair of the Advertising Photography Bachelor of Fine Arts. In 2005, he was awarded an RIT Eisenhart Awards for Outstanding Teaching. His photographic work has been featured in solo exhibitions at the University of Rochester (2006), and juried group exhibitions, including Ping Yao International Photography Festival (PIP), Ping Yao, China (2007); and the exhibition Romanticism Restaged at SPAS Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology (2007).

Extent

3 Linear Feet (3 boxes, 1 portfolio)

Language

English

Author
Amelia Hugill-Fontanel with Xi Yang
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection Repository

Contact:
RIT Libraries
The Wallace Center
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Rochester NY 14623 US
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