- Apr 17 Thu 2008 16:58
- Dec 16 Sun 2007 08:14
Last Tuesday night I was privileged to be part of a panel discussion about photography at the Aperture Foundation in New York.
The nominal topic of the discussion was supposed to have been the confluence of art and commerce,
but everybody really wanted to talk about strategies for young photographers to get started in the field.
No one had better advice than our panel leader, Charles Traub (left),
a talented photographer whose day job is being chairman of the School of Visual Arts’s photography MFA program.
His closing remarks for the evening were drawn from his 2006 book “The Education of a Photographer" (Allworth Press, $19.95).
They were so clever, and so based in the modern reality of photography,
- Nov 06 Tue 2007 00:30
- Jun 02 Sat 2007 07:30
- Apr 16 Mon 2007 22:09