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Selected Resume

Solo Exhibitions


Duke University, Flowers Lounge, Durham, NC, The Light Around the Body


Gallery 218, Memphis, TN


Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, Core Sound.
Center for Photographic Studies, Louisville, KY
Memorial Union, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin


Neikrug Gallery, New York, NY

Center for Photographic Studies, Louisville, KY.


Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX, Caroline Vaughan, American b. 1949--


Duke University Institute of the Arts, Bivins Gallery, Home Ground, Platinum Prints.


Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, VA, Caroline Vaughan.


Craven Allen Gallery, Durham, NC, Borrowed Time.


The Light Factory, Charlotte, NC.


Hollins College, Roanoke, VA


Duke Center for Documentary Photography, Durham, NC, Personal Disruptions, project from 2002-2005, (with catalog) funded by Duke classmate Steve Dunn, and the Center for Documentary Studies. Project writer Georgann Eubanks.


Through This Lens, Durham, NC,  Natural Forms, Caroline Vaughan and Wojtek Wojdynski.


Craven Allen Gallery, Durham, NC, Metamorphosis, Photographs 1966-2015, Retrospective.

Selected Resume

Group Exhibitions


Duke University Art Museum, Durham, NC, "Latent Image," (with catalog, first fine art photography magazine in North America, co-founded with John Menapace and Robert Roscow.) 


Zone V Photographers Workshop, Watertown, MA, “50 Polaroid Prints.”


Focus Gallery, San Francisco, CA, ”Images of Imogen.” 


North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, “North Carolina Artists Exhibition." 


Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and the Clarence Kennedy Gallery, Boston, MA, “The Polaroid Museum Collection.”


California State University at Humboldt, Arcata, CA, “Variety Show 2,” organized by Margery Mann. 


Hayden Gallery, M. I. T., Cambridge, MA, Theme exhibition organized by Minor White with catalog published by Aperture, Volume 18, No. 2, “Celebrations.”

Torrence Street Gallery, Charlotte, NC, Nick Dean, Steve Pirelli and Caroline Vaughan.


Traveling exhibition organized by Jayne Blankenship Kantor: Lyman Allyn Museum, New London, CT; Photographic Workshop, New Canaan, CT; Carlson Gallery, College of Fine Arts; University of Bridgeport, CT, (1976); Madison Art Gallery, Madison Art Center,     Madison, Wisconsin, “Women Look At Women.” 

Tacoma, Washington, “The Silver Image Christmas Show,” with David Bayles, Marsha Burns, William Clift, Morley Baer, Ray Meuse, Oliver Gagilani, Reid Ozaski and Caroline Vaughan.


Museum of Art, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, “A Temporary Possession: The Human Image in the 20th Century Photography, (an exhibit with Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Eugene Atget, Richard Avedon, Cecil Beaton, E. J.Bellocq, Les Krims, Caroline Vaughan and others).


Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC, opening or the new center, “Hot Shot-25 Photographers.”


North Carolina Museum of Art, North Carolina Artists Exhibition, with catalog curated by Roberta Smith.


Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX, Plant Forms from the Amon Carter Collection.


Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art, Greensboro, NC, The Psychological Landscape, curated by John Rosenthal

The Light Factory, Charlotte, NC, Andrea Modica, Debby Fleming Caffey and Caroline Vaughan.


The Burden Gallery, Aperture Foundation, New York, NY, New Southern Photography, Between Myth and Reality, with catalog published by Aperture.


Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA, Women by Women: Four Contemporary Photographers: Connie Imboden, Jennifer Tucker, Patricia Dalzell and Caroline Vaughan.

North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, 45th North Carolina Artists Exhibition (with catalog), curated by Stephen Westfall.


The Knight Gallery, Spirit Square, Charlotte, NC, North Carolina Arts Council Artists Fellowships 1990-1991, curated by Ken Bloom (with catalog.)


The Light Factory, Charlotte, NC, Southern Environmental (with catalog; traveling exhibition curated by Gil Leebrick). Other sites included Clemson University, Clemson, SC, 1991; Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, VA, 1992; Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA; Lander College, Greenwood, SC,

Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA, Point of View: Landscapes from the Addison Collection, with (catalog.)


The Light Factory, Charlotte, NC, 12th Annual Fine Print Auction. 


Sheraton Imperial at Research Triangle Park, NC, Two Chairs For Friendship, An Auction to Benefit ACRA, the AIDS Community Residence Association.


Durham Arts Council, Durham, NC, Emerging Artists 10th Anniversary Retrospective.


Duke University, Bivins Gallery, curated by William Noland, Latent Image Photographers.
Asheville Museum of Art, Asheville, NC, An Exploration of Contemporary American Photography (20x24 Polaroids), with Jine Dine, William Wegman, John Pafhl and Caroline Vaughan.

Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX, Masterworks of the Photographic Collection.


Gallery of Art & Design, Raleigh, NC State University, The University Collects.
Craven Allen Gallery, Durham, NC, Borrowed Time: Photographs by Caroline Vaughan.


The Light Factory, Charlotte, NC.    


Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX, Masterworks of the Photography Collection.


Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX, curated by Trudy Wilner Stack, Juried Members Exhibition (showcases the work of regional and national HCP members.)


Gregg Museum Gallery of Art & Design, Raleigh, NC, Common Ground, Portraits by Vaughan and Work from Other Cultures.


North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, Contemporary Photography from the Museum’s Collection, first rotation; second rotation


Craven Allen Gallery, Durham, NC, The Small Square Show.


Sitzer Spuria Studios, Chapel Hill, NC, Opening 3 + Design.


Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC, Penland’s New Instructors.


Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), Winston-Salem, NC, Contemporary North Carolina Photography, from NCMA.


 Cassilhaus Gallery, North Carolina, curated by Huston Pascal, Ellen Cassilly and Frank Konhaus, selected photographs from the Collections of the Friends of Photography (NCMA), Life Still.


FRANK Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC, Seeing the Figure.


North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, Mirror Image: Woman Portraying Women.
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, Landscape Sublime.
FRANK Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC, Body and Soul: Birth-Death-Religion-Death.


Gregg Museum of Art & Design, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, Barkcloth, Bras, and Bulletproof Cotton: The Powers of Costume.


Craven Allen Gallery, Durham, NC, Unscripted, Mark Brown, Steve McClure, Caroline Vaughan.

Penland School’s 27 Annual Auction, Penland, NC, Featured Artist in Penland Portfolio.


Durham Arts Place, Durham, NC, Love/Hate, Public/Private, Inside/Outside, Gay/Straight.


Cassilhaus, Chapel Hill, NC, Glimpse.


North Carolina Museum of Art, Close to Home; Speaking in the Gallery.


North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, Outsiders: Facing The Camera.


FRANK Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC, Frank in Focus, Address by Olivia Parker.


Craven Allen Gallery, Durham, NC, Metamorphosis: Photographs from 1966-2015, Retrospective Exhibit. The Gregg Museum of Art & Design of North Carolina State University recently acquired Vaughan’s photographic archive which contains her life work in photography, prints, negatives, framed prints as well as written notes explaining what was in each of the hundred portfolio boxes and thirty-one linear feet of negatives. She made a major gift to name their photographic archive to house their collection and will bear her name in perpetuity: The Caroline Hickman Vaughan Photographic Archives. For more information see article Gift of a Lifetime. Certain photographs, both gelatin silver early works, and platinum prints were held back for this last exhibition.



Cameron Museum of Art, Wilmington, NC, Created By Light Photographs from North Carolina Collections.


Nasher Museum, Duke, Durham, Nc, Across County Lines: Contemporary Photography from the Piedmont.


Cassilhaus Gallery, Durham, NC, Fall/Winter 2020, Picture In Picture.


TBA Greenhill Gallery, Greensboro, Ten Photographers and Retrospective of  John Rosenthal's photography career.



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