Photographer Carol Munder creates photographs and photogravures, frequently of fragments of sculpture from collections in museums in the United States and Europe. Annie Dillard, writing about Etruscan culture and its mysteries in The American Scholar, calls Munder’s photographs of bronze funerary statuettes “meticulous,” and describes how her “prints seem to wake them.”
Munder’s photographs have been shown in galleries in Atlanta, Georgia; Lakeside, Michigan; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Phoenix, Arizona; New York City; and and several shows in France, including Paris. She exhibited at the Norton Gallery of Art in its Pet Show, as well at the South Florida Cultural Consortium award winners’ show. Her book, Fierce Power Bad Fate, a recipient of the Nexus Press book competition, was widely shown in museums around the United States.