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This double-projector presentation by Jason Fulford and Tamara Shopsin showcases their many collaborative projects and focuses on the opportunities to be found in this method of working. Fulford, a photographer and publisher, and Shopsin, an illustrator, author and cook, maintain separate practices, but their work often overlaps. Themes include spaghetti, philosophy, Rudolf Arnheim, Tokyo, Harpo Marx, baseball, mischief, puzzles, travel, Polyphemus, The Fall, Bruno Munari, city government, Albert Einstein, magic and a bloodshot eyeball.

Filmed on October 11, 2013, at “Head, Heart, Hand: AIGA Design Conference”

Nicholas Muellner, essayist for Ron Jude’s book Lick Creek Line (MACK, 2012), discusses Ron Jude’s artwork and reads excerpts from his essays on photography.

A lecture by Mark Steinmetz as part of The Larry Sultan Visiting Artist Program at the California College of the Arts.

Thank you Stanley.

Art Institute Chicago, Society for Contemporary Art (March 17, 2011)

Todd Hido: House Hunting
Presented in the Pier 24 Photography exhibition HERE.

You can find an interview with Todd Hido in Issue 6 of Ahorn Magazine.

Everything Was Moving: In Conversation with David Goldblatt
Barbican, London

Critically acclaimed South African photographer David Goldblatt, renowned for his sharp yet subtle take on life under apartheid, discusses his work with the London-based artist duo Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin.

Conceived as an experimental platform for free-form, critical discussions, these forums are designed to engage in debates about the perspectives and scope of contemporary photography with leading artists, curators, and theorists in the field.

The structure of the forums has been continually evolving: for the upcoming session artists Gregory Crewdson, Director, Graduate Studies in Photography, Yale University; Ashley Hunt, Co-Director, Program in Photography and Media Faculty, CalArts; Stephen Shore, Director, Photography Program, Bard College; and James Welling, Chair, Photography Department, University of California, Los Angeles, lead a discussion about the mission, vision, and philosophy of their respective photography programs.

The MoMA Forum on Contemporary Photography is organized by Roxana Marcoci, Curator; Sarah Meister, Curator; and Eva Respini, Associate Curator

Here is an excerpt of Skinningrove, the new short film about Chris Killip, directed by Michael Almereyda (who previously directed the documentary William Eggleston in the Real World) . The film won this year’s non-fiction jury award for short films at the Sundance Film Festival.

“On Contemporary Photography: An Afternoon with Alec Soth and Siri Engberg”
Cranbrook Art Museum

Ed Ruscha, Woody, and the World’s Hottest Pepper