Bio/CV

I'm a documentary photographer most interested in landscape and architecture. My projects take place in urban and rural places. In both I have an interest in the way history shapes the environment- and in turn impacts the people who live there.

If you have any thoughts or questions about the work on the site, please contact me, below. If you have ideas for collaboration, I'd be glad to hear about them.

CV

Timothy Scott Long

b: 1951   www.tslong.com   tim@tslong.com

Master of Fine Arts, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1983
Bachelor of Arts, Columbia College Chicago, 1980

Awards 

Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts Grant: 2008
Illinois Arts Council Fellowship Award: 2003 [A subsidiary of the NEA]

Public Collections

Princeton University, Visual Resource Collection: 289 photographs: 2015
Art Institute of Chicago, Burnham Library: 2009
Museum of Contemporary Photography/MPP: 2000 to 2015
Mary and Leigh Block Museum: 2006
Tweed Museum of Art: 1984
Gordon House Museum, Silverton, Oregon, 2007
Chicago 2000, Photography Collection, 2000
Chicago Architecture Foundation, Photography Collection, 1998

Publications

Los Otras Pedreras. Fundacio CatalunyaCaixa. 2012
The Robie House. Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust. 2010
Architectural Digest, 4 page brochure, Conde Nast Publications, 2006
Handbook of Art, 2nd Edition, Graham Hopwood, Science Press, 2006
Preservation: Saving America’s Hidden Treasures, Ray Jones, Lyon Press, 2005
Monograph, Frank Lloyd Wright, Federico Motta Editore, Italy, 2005
The Buildings, The Park, The Tradition, Helmot Whol, Calouste Gulbenkian, 2005
Building a Legacy Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust/Pomegranate Press, 2001

Exhibitions

Las Otras Pedreras, Gaudi Museum, Barcelona, Spain. 2012-13
Museum of Contemporary Photography, The Edge of Intent, Spring 2009
City Gallery, Chicago, Daniel Burnham Enduring Vision for the Philippines, Fall 2009
Architecture Gallery, Hunter Museum of American Art, 2006-2008
History of Chicago Architecture, Group Show, Chicago Architecture Foundation, 2006
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Group Show, 2001

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