Exciting Opportunities with AIPAD Talks

Posted on Feb 16, 2024

Barbara Bosworth, Moon Setting into Fog Bank over Cape Cod Bay, Morning of the Total Lunar Eclipse, 2007,

Barbara Bosworth and Barbara Tannenbaum
Date & Time: February 29 at 12 noon (EST)
Location: Zoom

Join AIPAD Talks for an enlightening conversation between renowned photographer Barbara Bosworth and Barbara Tannenbaum, curator of photography at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Together, they will delve into Bosworth's mesmerizing exhibition "Sun Light Moon Shadow," currently on view at the museum until June 30. Featuring nine monumental color images of the sky and celestial bodies, alongside six intimately scaled black-and-white photographs, Bosworth's work captures the ethereal beauty of the natural world. Inspired by her childhood memories of nighttime walks with her father, Bosworth's images evoke a sense of wonder and awe.

Following the discussion, there will be a Q&A session where attendees can engage with the speakers.

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Double Click: Twin Photographers in the Golden Age of Photography

Carol Kino with Jean Dykstra and Nicole Straus
Date & Time: March 7 at 12 noon (EST)
Location: Zoom

Join art and culture journalist Carol Kino as she sits down with Jean Dykstra, editor of Photograph magazine, and Nicole Straus, founder of Nicole Straus Public Relations. Together, they will explore Kino's latest book, "Double Click: Twin Photographers in the Golden Age of Photography" (Scribner), which sheds light on the pioneering work of the McLaughlin twins, celebrated female photographers of the 1940s. The McLaughlin twins' circle included luminaries such as Irving Penn, Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn, Toni Frissell, Alex Liberman, and Man Ray, among others, making their story a fascinating glimpse into the golden era of magazine photography.

This captivating conversation, supported by a fellowship at the New York Public Library's Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers, promises to offer insight into the lives of Frances McLaughlin-Gill and Kathryn Abbe.

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