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JOSHUA MANN PAILET




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Joshua Mann Pailet was born in New Orleans in 1950 and raised
in Baton Rouge, LA.
He graduated from Rice University in 1972 and 1973 with a B.A. in Economics and a B.S. in Accounting.
In 1973 Pailet founded
A Gallery for Fine Photography
to create a venue to collect, display and sell 19th and 20th Century photographs.
He taught at Louisiana State University (Spring 1977).

Photographic Projects:
Eye See America through the Lens of Joshua Mann Pailet
Exhibit at the POLK MUSEUM in Lakeland, FL

October 2, 2010 - January 8, 2011

New Orleans Festival Portfolio: Mardi Gras, Jazz Festivals & Funerals, Musicians, Black Indians, World's Fair and Conventions.
City of New York, 1976-2011.
Europe, 1989- 2011 (Paris, Prague, Zuich, Berlin, London, Venice, Turkey)
20th Century Photography from the Menil Collection, "Everyday People, 2007"
Robert Gober: The Meat Wagon, 2005-2006
Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 2004, Exhibition.


Collections:
The Annenberg Foundation
The Library of Congress
Menil Foundation
The Smithsonian
Biblioteque Nationale
New Orleans Museum of Art
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art
The Polk Museum of Art
Louisiana Arts and Science Center
Numerous Private Collections

Coming Soon:
Euro Views -
1989-2000, black and white photographs experienced in
London, Wales, Paris, Prague, Cologne, Venice, Basel and Zurich
A Selection of Silver Gelatin Photographs are currently available
exclusively at A Gallery for Fine Photography

Publishing History:



Now Available:
Eye See America, thru the Lens
of Joshua Mann Pailet, 1971-2010

Designed and produced by Joshua Mann Pailet and The Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, Florida,

First edition, edition of 1,000
69 black and white photographs, 75 pages, bound, softcover,
Preface by Daniel Stetson, Executive Director of The Polk Museum of Art
Introduction by Robert Puterbaugh
Essay by Adam Justice, Curator of Art, The Polk Museum of Art
Artist's Statement by Joshua Mann Pailet

Original signed photographs from this archive are available; please inquire.

Signed copies available: $24.95

Linda McCartneyLinda McCartney Photographs: Sun Prints and Platinums

Designed and produced by Joshua Mann Pailet

First edition, edition of 1,000
36 photographs, 12 pages, spiral-bound, softcover, 1994. $29.95

Original signed photographs from this archive are available; please inquire.





The World's FairThe World's Fair, New Orleans, 1987

Over 100 color photographs. The archive contains over 10,000 color and black-and-white photographs from this project, documenting the transformation of the New Orleans riverfront from 1980 to 1985.

Original signed photographs from this archive are available; please inquire.

Signed by the photographer.
110 pp., hardbound, 1987. $45.00


All Aboard AmericaAll Aboard, America

Photodocumentation of a one-year, 12,000 mile Bicentennial steam railroad journey through small town America, featuring black-and-white and color photographs by Joshua Mann Pailet.

The photographs in the book have been selected from a remarkable archive of over 15,000 photographs of the U.S.A. in 1976.

Original signed photographs from this archive are available; please inquire.

128 pp., hardbound, 1976
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