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Photography Professor Ron Jude (MASS) will be exhibiting photographs and books in several international venues this fall, including South Korea's 2012 Daegu Photography Biennale.

Curator Karen Irvine from Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Photography has included a selection of images from Professor Ron Jude's emmett in the 4th Daegu Photography Biennale in South Korea. The title of the exhibition is Repositioned Personal, and it will open September 20th. Professor Jude will also deliver a lecture on his work following the opening of the exhibition.

Professor Jude's photographs are also currently on view in two group shows. A selection of Lick Creek Line outtakes is up at Ampersand Gallery in Portland in a show called B-Sides, and work from emmett is up in a show called It Startled the Natives at Gallery Luisotti in Santa Monica. 

Jude's book Alpine Star will be exhibited at Gallery Carte Blanche in San Francisco in a survey of books curated by Darius Himes and Larissa Leclair. His latest book Lick Creek Line will be exhibited in two shows this fall, one in Rome at FotoGrafia di Roma curated by Douglas Stockdale called Work, and the other in Amsterdam, called Binding Image, curated by Aram Tanis.

Professor Jude will also be launching a monograph of his Executive Model project at the New York Art Book Fair in late-September. It will be published by Libraryman (Stockholm).

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