LECTURES AND PUBLIC PROGRAMS
The Photographers: Lecture Series
In this lecture series, taking place at ICP 1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, photographers show their work and share their ideas and concerns with the audience.
Feb 1 Alessandra Sanguinetti, On the Sixth Day
Feb. 1, Alessandra Sanguinetti, photographer; represented by Yossi Milo Gallery, author, On The Sixth Day.
Feb. 8, Mark Klett, photographer; Regents Professor at Arizona State University, author, Traces of Eden: Travels in the Desert Southwest, Second View: The Rephotographic Survey Project.
Feb. 15, Giorgia Fiorio, photojournalist; member Contact Press Images, author of French Foreign Legion, Boxin’ USA, Men of the Sea, Des Hommes.
Feb. 22 Ken Light, photographer; Director of the Center for Photography, Graduate School of Journalism, at the University of California, Berkeley, author, Texas Death Row, Delta Time.
Mar. 1 Geert Van Kesteren, photojournalist, author, Why Mister, Why? Iraq 2003-2004.
Mar. 8 Guy Tillim, photojournalist; author, Departure, Leopold and Mobuto, Jo’Burg.
Mar 15 Chan Chao, photographer; author, Something Went Wrong, Echo, Letter from P.L.F.
Mar 22 David Maisel, photographer, author, The Lake Project, Terminal Mirage.
Mar 29 Vik Muniz, artist; photographer; represented by Brent Sikkema Gallery, author, Seeing is Believing, Clayton Days, Reflex – A Vik Muniz Primer.
Apr 5 Meridel Rubinstein, artist; photographer; author, Belonging: From Los Alamos to Vietnam.
Due to professional obligations, photographers' lecture dates may change without notice.
This program is made possible with generous support from Getty Images.
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