Carrie Mae Weems’s Kitchen Table Series established her as one of the leading artists of her generation.
A homecoming exhibition of the British-Moroccan artist, showcasing his vibrant fusion of contemporary cultures through new and celebrated works.
Zackary Drucker has performed and exhibited her work internationally in museums, galleries, and film festivals.
The twentieth iteration of the prize, one of the most prestigious international arts awards, celebrates established photographic narratives alongside experimental and conceptual approaches to documentary, landscape, and portraiture.
Photographs of transgender and gender non-conforming people over the age of fifty with interviews about their life experiences in regard to gender, identity, age, and sexuality and provides a nuanced view into the complexities of aging as a transgender person.
Join Aperture and Shakespeare and Company at their Café for a morning show-and-tell discussion about the rich history of food in photographs.
Susan Meiselas, one of the most influential photographers of our time provides an insightful personal commentary on the trajectory of her career.
Cubans born after 1989 only know a life after the dissolution of the U.S.S.R. and the scarcity of resources available during the U.S.-led economic embargo. These kids, born during the “Special Period,” are now in their teens and 20s. After Raul Castro inherited the presidency, the youth of Havana began to experience more of the world’s culture. The photographer Greg Kahn will discuss how youth identity in Cuba is rapidly evolving and redefining what it means to be Cuban.
According to photographer Michael Christopher Brown, Americans have a “distant idea” of Cuba, often idealizing the island as a paradise of architecture, cigars, rum, and vintage automobiles. Brown will discuss his ongoing “Paradiso” project, which reveals the more complex reality of how Cubans are “surviving the paradise.” Brown followed two young DJs in Havana, and their youthful electronica scene, capturing a generation that came of age during the “Special Period” who are trying to thrive in a society largely cut off from the rest of the world.
As part of the Annenberg Space for Photography's Series "Cuba Is" - Davidson will discuss how her black-and-white photographs reflect the resilience, ingenuity, and spirit of the Cuban people.
In a time where the boundaries between art, fashion, and music are blurring, the line between fine art and commercial photography is thinning and the two fields are no longer mutually exclusive. In this half-day workshop, Sabrina Y. Smith, will review the ways commissioned work can complement your fine art practice, offering new avenues of creativity, a wider audience, and financial freedom.
Free and open to the public, the NY Art Book Fair is the world’s premier event for artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, and zines.
The 2017 NY Art Book Fair will feature over 370 booksellers, antiquarians, artists, institutions and independent publishers from twenty-eight countries.
Capturing a powerful portrait goes well beyond the press of a button. In this workshop, Rania will explore all aspects of portraiture and delve into the process of working with people. Participants will learn attention to detail, postures and expressions, approaching potential subjects, establishing trust and developing a relationship.
Photoville is an annual festival is a modular venue built from re-purposed shipping containers. By creating a physical platform for photographers of all stripes to come together and interact, Photoville provides a unique opportunity to engage with a diverse audience — a veritable cross-section of the world’s photographic community.
The SPD Speaker Series: a multi-disciplinary panel discussion on the current political climate and its effect on design, journalism, and photography.
Lindsay Ballant, Art Director, The Baffler
Allison McCann, Data Reporter, VICE News
Lisa Larson Walker, Associate Art Director, Slate Magazine; Visual Artist
D.W. Pine, Creative Director, TIME
To celebrate the closing of this historic exhibition, the MoCP is releasing #AiWeiwei, the ultimate companion book to the exhibition. The publication features an interview with Ai Weiwei by MoCP executive director Natasha Egan and essays by lecturer Liz McQuiston and art historian John Tancock, and showcases the thirteen photographic and video works in the exhibition.
Your website and book can make or break your career. Even if you have great images, you may be missing out on important jobs because your approach lacks sophistication which leaves potential clients feeling unimpressed. In this very special website / portfolio refinement event, our panel of top Creatives will help you understand what works for them, what doesn’t, and why.
Luke Copping and Project Prescription present the photographer's cure for client work. Join ASMP National Board Chair and Project Prescription for Photographers Co-Creator Luke Copping to for a lively (and probably expletive-filled) discussion.
Whether we look through our office or on a website, metadata is considered a need in order to find digital photographs in a timely manner today. Henrik will look at the challenges photographers face with adding metadata to digital photographs in order to make these more searchable and sellable today. He will also look at some alternatives by comparing human-generated keywording services and machine-generated image recognition available today.