Upcoming Lectures and Courses

Here are three upcoming lectures and courses of interest to collectors:

1.) Collector’s Workshop: Introduction to Affordable Photography Panel Discussion @Aperture

Kellie McLaughlin (Aperture Limited Edition Photographs Program)
Amani Olu (Humble Arts Foundation)
Ruben Natal-San Miguel (collector/blogger ARTmostfierce)

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Aperture Gallery
547 West 27th Street
4th floor
New York, NY

2.) Aspects of Photography @Christie’s Education

This is a short course, including 4 nights of lectures (one at the NY Public Library collection) and a sale walk through with one of the specialists. The course plans to “look at photography from different angles including a history of processes and photography’s place within contemporary art”.

September 12-October 12, 2008

3.) The Photographers Lecture Series @ICP

This is a 10 week series of evening talks, given by photographers who show/discuss their work. Here’s the schedule:

October 1: Susan Meiselas, In History
October 15: Jeff Liao, From the 7 Train
October 22: Tierney Gearon, Family
October 29: Morten Andersen, Never is Forever
November 5: Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Saga
November 12: Thomas Holton, People
November 19: Ed Kashi, Black Gold
December 3: Andrew Bush, Stories
December 10: Lynn Saville, At Night
December 17: Burk Uzzle, Social Landscapes

$155/$130 for members

You can see some highlights of past lectures here. The talks by Joan Fontcuberta and Vik Muniz are worth checking out.

International Center of Photography (school)
1114 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036

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