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Magnum Blog / Interview: Alec Soth on "Dog Days Bogotá" - the photo blog of M... - 0 views

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    In 2002, Alec Soth traveled with his wife to Bogotá, Colombia to adopt a baby girl. The baby's birth mother gave the new parents a book filled with letters, pictures and poems for their new daughter. 'I hope that the hardness of the world will not hurt your sensitivity,' she wrote. 'When I think about you I hope that your life is full of beautiful things.'

    During the two months that the Colombian courts processed their adoption paperwork, Soth set about making his own book for his daughter. Soth recently completed this book, Dog Days Bogotá. On November 9th, an exhibition of this work will debut at Weinstein Gallery in Soth's hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    Soth discusses Dog Days Bogotá with his intern, Carrie Thompson, a photography student at the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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YouTube - Charlie Rose - CHIPPERFIELD / ROBERT CAPA PHOTO... - 0 views

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    Richard Whelan, Biographer/book, "Robert Capa: A Biography" [University of Nebraska Press]/Michael Hoffman, Philadelphia Museum of Art/book, "Robert Capa/Photographs"
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YouTube - Charlie Rose - HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON - 0 views

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    interview with cartier bresson
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YouTube - Steve McCurry 1 - B - 0 views

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    part 2 of mccurry interview
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YouTube - Steve McCurry - 0 views

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    An interview with Steve McCurry, a documentary photographer famous for his portraits of Asia. Since the 1980's he has been a frequent contributor to National Geographic Magazine. This interview is part of a larger work in progress called "Cultural Expressions: Conversations with Photographers".
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YouTube - David Alan Harvey @ Cuba - 0 views

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    David Alan Harvey working in Cuba
    Produced by Kevin F. Burtnett
    © National Geographic Society
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YouTube - AUPN interview with David Allan Harvey - 0 views

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    Aperture Users Professional Network interview with Magnum's David Allan Harvey for the Aperture Priority podcast series.
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YouTube - Alec Soth: Portraits - Portraiture - 0 views

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    n October of 2004, photographer Alec Soth went on assignment for LIFE magazine to capture weekend soldiers at an Airsoft military simulation in Joelton, Tennessee.

    In anticipation of his upcoming Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program exhibition, filmmaker Mike Dust traveled alongside Soth for this three-day excursion, interviewing and shooting alongside him as he worked to capture images for, both the magazine shoot as well as for his personal work.

    A number of these photographs (Odessa, Joelton, Tennessee, 2004 and Josh, Joelton, Tennessee, 2004) became part of the exhibition Alec Soth: Portraits at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts the following spring. The video piece created during that shoot was installed in the gallery as an accompaniment to the exhibition.

    The video is broken into three segments entitled On Assignment, Portraiture, and The Ground Glass.
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YouTube - Alec Soth: Portraits - On Assignment - 0 views

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    In October of 2004, photographer Alec Soth went on assignment for LIFE magazine to capture weekend soldiers at an Airsoft military simulation in Joelton, Tennessee.

    In anticipation of his upcoming Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program exhibition, filmmaker Mike Dust traveled alongside Soth for this three-day excursion, interviewing and shooting alongside him as he worked to capture images for, both the magazine shoot as well as for his personal work.

    A number of these photographs (Odessa, Joelton, Tennessee, 2004 and Josh, Joelton, Tennessee, 2004) became part of the exhibition Alec Soth: Portraits at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts the following spring. The video piece created during that shoot was installed in the gallery as an accompaniment to the exhibition.

    The video is broken into three segments entitled On Assignment, Portraiture, and The Ground Glass.
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YouTube - Alec Soth: Portraits - The Ground Glass - 0 views

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    In October of 2004, photographer Alec Soth went on assignment for LIFE magazine to capture weekend soldiers at an Airsoft military simulation in Joelton, Tennessee.

    In anticipation of his upcoming Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program exhibition, filmmaker Mike Dust traveled alongside Soth for this three-day excursion, interviewing and shooting alongside him as he worked to capture images for, both the magazine shoot as well as for his personal work.

    A number of these photographs (Odessa, Joelton, Tennessee, 2004 and Josh, Joelton, Tennessee, 2004) became part of the exhibition Alec Soth: Portraits at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts the following spring. The video piece created during that shoot was installed in the gallery as an accompaniment to the exhibition.

    The video is broken into three segments entitled On Assignment, Portraiture, and The Ground Glass.
paul lowe

YouTube - Alec Soth Interview with Michael David Murphy for ACP - 0 views

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    An interview with magnum photographer, Alec Soth
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YouTube - Steve McCurry discusses 'The Tibetans' - 0 views

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    An intimate portrait of Tibetans and Buddhism by leading Magnum photograher, Steve McCurry.
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YouTube - Philip Jones Griffiths (#2) - Air date: 01-20-93 - 0 views

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    Philip Jones Griffiths (b. 1936) is a Welsh-born photojournalist known for his coverage of the Vietnam war. Griffiths studied pharmacy but started as a freelance photographer in 1961, traveling to Algeria in 1962. He arrived in Vietnam in 1966, working for the Magnum agency. Magnum found his images difficult to sell to American magazines, as they concentrated on the suffering of the Vietnamese people and reflected Griffiths's view of the war as an episode in the continuing decolonisation of former European possessions. He was able to get a 'scoop' that the American outlets liked, photographs of Jackie Kennedy vacationing with a male friend in Cambodia. The proceeds of these photos enabled him to continue his coverage of Vietnam and to publish Vietnam Inc. in 1971. The book had a major influence on American perceptions of the war, and became a classic of photojournalism. In 2001 the book was reprinted with a foreword by Noam Chomsky.
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YouTube - Philip Jones Griffiths - Air date: 09-05-05 - 0 views

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    Born in Rhuddlan, Wales, Jones Griffiths studied pharmacy in Liverpool and practiced in London while photographing part time for the Manchester Guardian. In 1961 he became a full-time freelancer for the London Observer. He covered the Algerian War in 1962 then became based in Central Africa, moving from there to Asia. He photographed in Vietnam from 1966 to 1968. He went back to Vietnam in 1970 and became famous for his 1971 book on the war, Vietnam Inc.
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YouTube - Josef Koudelka - 0 views

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    A rare photography discussion and book signing event with Josef Koudelka, moderated by Vicki Goldberg at Aperture Gallery in NYC April 5, 2007.
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YouTube - New York, N.Y. - Short by Raymond Depardon - 0 views

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    A short by French photographer Raymond Depardon. It was released in 1986.
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YouTube - Ovation TV | Eve & Marilyn - 0 views

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    American photographer and journalist Eve Arnold delves into her relationship with Marilyn Monroe, whom she photographed possibly more than any other photographer. This documentary explores the general relationship between a photographer and her living subject, as well as the specific task Arnold accomplished in capturing a cinematic icon.
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YouTube - Henri Cartier-Bresson - Scrapbook [Part 2] - 0 views

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    In January 2008, staff from the National Media Museum travelled to the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris, to film interviews with Agnès Sire (Director of the Fondation HCB), and Martine Franck (photographer and President of the Fondation HCB).

    These interviews give personal insights into Cartier-Bresson, the Fondation, and the history of the scrapbook and subsequent exhibition.

    For full information on the exhibition at the National Media Museum in Bradford, read more here:
    http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk..
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YouTube - Henri Cartier-Bresson - Scrapbook [Part 1] - 0 views

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    In January 2008, staff from the National Media Museum travelled to the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris, to film interviews with Agnès Sire (Director of the Fondation HCB), and Martine Franck (photographer and President of the Fondation HCB).

    These interviews give personal insights into Cartier-Bresson, the Fondation, and the history of the scrapbook and subsequent exhibition.

    For full information on the exhibition at the National Media Museum in Bradford, read more here:
    http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk...
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