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Speakers for this symposium provided a rich overview of documentary photography from the 1940s through the 1990s. In this lecture, Jason Hill, PhD candidate, Department of Art History, University of...
Audio Lecture: Symposium—Material Witness: Documentary since the 1940s (Jason Hill)
Speakers for this symposium provided a rich overview of documentary photography from the 1940s through the 1990s. In this lecture, Louis Kaplan, professor of history and theory of photography,...
Audio Lecture: Symposium—Material Witness: Documentary since the 1940s (Louis Kaplan)
Excerpted from the teacher manual Telling Images: Stories in Art this chapter focuses on the artwork Heirs Come to Pass, 3 by Martina Lopez. Includes information about the artist,...
Speakers for this symposium provided a rich overview of documentary photography from the 1940s through the 1990s. In this lecture, Abigail Solomon-Godeau, professor of history of art and architecture...
Audio Lecture: Symposium—Material Witness: Documentary since the 1940s (Abigail Solomon-Godeau)
Artist David Hartt uses photography, sculpture, video and installation to coolly capture environments that have been created around ideals. Recently relocated to Chicago, Hartt is already making...
Video: Lecture by David Hartt
Katsumi Watanabe was another photographer documenting Shinjuku. He was a street photographer and first published his portraits, both spontaneous and posed, of the neighborhood's sharply styled usual...
5. Katsumi Watanabe. <em>Shinjuku gunt&#333; denden</em>. Tokyo: Banseisha, 1982, p.114-115.
Eikoh Hosoe was a quite successful photographer working commercially as well as artistically. There is a distinct theatricality in his images. In Ordeal by Roses he featured the writer Yukio...
1. <em>Jidai o hiraita shashinkatachi : 1960-70-nendai (Photographers Who Created a New Age: 1960s-70s)</em>. Tokyo: T&#333;ky&#333;-to Bunka Shink&#333;kai: T&#333;ky&#333;-to Shashin Bijutsukan, 1993, p.122-123.
The only woman featured in the Eyes of Ten exhibits was Toyoko Tokiwa. Women were often the subjects in photographs but rarely the photographer. Tokiwa found that women were less guarded...
4. Anne Wilkes Tucker, et al. <em>The History of Japanese Photography</em>. New Haven: Yale University Press; Houston: in association with the Museum of Fine Arts, 2003, p.236-237.
Tune in as contemporary photographer Mann answers questions from an audience of nearly 400 on opening day of the Art Institute exhibition So the Story Goes. Mann responds to questions...
Audio Lecture: Sally Mann at the Art Institute of Chicago
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