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October 22, 2007

Photographers.. LIVE from The New York Public Library

Thanks to our good friends at Blind Spot Magazine... there will be a series of interesting Photography talks by some of the biggest movers and shakers in the biz. For all those Art photo obsessed.. these are not events to miss. 

Philip_lorca_dicorcia_cuba_libre Here's their announcement.... (and one of MAO's favorite Philip-Lorca di Corcia photo's.. W.March 2000, #14, from Cuba Libre, 2000..which just sold for $48,000 at Phillips lot 203 and worth every penny!!)

As a counterpoint to the visual conversation provided by Blind Spot magazine, the Collapsing Images forum gives a voice to the issues surrounding photography and explores the role of photography in the media and popular culture. Collapsing Images presents three vital discussions led by leading photographers, filmmakers, critics, and thinkers.

Collapsing Images at LIVE from The New York Public Library
Saturday, November 3, 2007
Celeste Bartos Forum, Humanities and Social Sciences Library — Fifth Avenue & 42nd Street


2:00pm
A Conversation between Jack Pierson & Jerry Schatzberg


4:30pm
Money, Money, Money, Money — Moderated by Glenn O'Brien

Panelists: Vince Aletti, Philip Lorca di Corcia, Dennis Freedman, Doug Lloyd, Glen Luchford, Andy Spade, Olivier Zahm

7:30pm
Truth and Authenticity in Photography

Panelists: Mitch Epstein, Paul Graham, Katy Grannan, Danny Lyon, Taryn Simon

$15 general admission and $10 library donors, seniors and students with valid identification

FYI.. These events always sell out VERY fast.. but, you can still click here to order your tickets.

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