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About James Quine

James Quine is a St. Augustine, Florida based photographer who specializes in documentary, editorial and fine art photography. He began photographing Latin America in 1980 during a trip to several Caribbean countries to prepare photographs for a book on Spanish

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Solo Exhibitions

Plum Gallery, St. Augustine, Florida, Cuba Alone, 2015 Plum Gallery, St. Augustine, Florida, Strings for Cuba, 2010 Art Advocate Gallery, St. Augustine, Florida, The Faces of Farming, 2009 Johnnies Kitchen, Hastings, Florida, The Faces of Farming, 2009 Wendy Tatter Gallery, St.

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Group Exhibitions

Galería Carmen Montilla, III Jornada Fotográfica Latinoamericana, Havana, Cuba, Shared Vision, 2012 Rotunda Gallery, St. Johns County Administration Bldg., St. Augustine, Florida, Friends and Family, 2011 Salon de Artisanas, Gibara, Cuba, Shared Vision, 2010 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation,

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Grants & Awards

National Endowment for the Arts, Access Grant, Shared Vision: A Collaborative Documentary of Baracoa, Cuba, Director / Participating Photographer, 2003-2004 The State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, International Cultural Exchange Grant, Shared Vision: A Collaborative Documentary

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Collections

Foosaner Museum, Melbourne, Florida Museo Matachín, Baracoa, Cuba Lehigh University Art Galleries, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Stetson Kennedy Foundation, Fruit Cove, Florida

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Selected Book Credits

The Light in Cuban Eyes, Lake Forest College Press, 2014 (Introduction and photographs) Fascination, British and Continental Jewelry 1785-1885,The Museum of Arts and Sciences, 200 Viajeros: North American Artist / Photographers’ Images of Cuba, Lehigh University Art Galleries, 2005 A Treasury

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Selected Magazine Credits

National Geographic, Scientific American, Archaeology Magazine, Colonial Homes, Playboy, Gallery Guide, American Art Review, American Antiquity, Florida Today, Arts and Sciences, New Jersey Star-Ledger

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