Even though tickets are sold out, you can still watch the lectures live online Wednesday November 20 at 7:00pm on lectures.icp.edu. Presented in conjunction with the ICP exhibition JFK November 22, 1963: A Bystander's View of History on view through January 19, fillmmaker Oliver Stone will be in conversation with ICP Chief Curator Brian Wallis.ShareThis

Photographer Katie Murray discusses her project All the Queens Men and her recent video Gazelle, currently on view at The Photographer's Gallery in London. A conversation with contemporary photographers Joseph Maida and Dan Torop as well as art critic and historian Maika Pollack will follow. Presented by the BFA Photography Department at the SVA Theatre on November 19, 2013 at 7:00pm.

Image by Katie Murray

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Laura Morton will be showing her project The Social Stage at The Half King Gallery on November 19, at 7:30pm. The show will be on view until January 12, 2014. 

Opening night's slideshow will feature Laura and Jim Estrin, discussing the stories and context of Laura's images. The Social Stage is about the people at San Francisco society galas. This is a set whose members attend extravagant, fanciful parties to celebrate donating crucial sums to local charities and organizations. Bright, immediate, and timeless, Morton’s images give the fabulous moment and the lonesome, isolated moment equal value.

image by Laura Morton

 

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McNair Evans is will be showing at RayKo Photo Center Gallery in San Francisco. Evans' project Confessions for a Son will open on Wednesday, November 20th, from 6 to 8pm. The show will be on view until January 10th, 2014. This latest culmination of McNair’s projects, Confessions for a Son, combines the artist’s photographs with images taken by his father and photographs found by McNair in his search for answers.

image by: McNair Evans

 

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The Return is a book of photographs by Adrain Chesser in collaboration the ritualist Timothy White Eagle published by Daylight Books.

More Here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1399596010/the-return-book-project

image by: Adam Chesser

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The Shortlist of eleven artists selected for the Fifth Cycle of the Prix Pictet, on the theme of Consumption, was announced last night in Paris, on the occasion of the opening of Paris Photo.

The Shortlist is: Adam Bartos, Motoyuki Daifu, Rineke Dijkstra, Hong Hao, Mishka Henner, Juan Fernando Herran, Boris Mikhailov, Abraham Oghobase, Michael Schmidt, Allan Sekula, and Laurie Simmons. 

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Join curator and editor Susan Bright for a signing of her book Home Truths: Photography and Motherhood.

Published to accompany a highly anticipated traveling exhibition, Home Truths examines contemporary interpretations of one of the most enduring subjects in the history of picture-making: the image of the mother. Focusing on the work of 12 international photographers, it challenges the stereotypical or sentimental views of motherhood handed down by traditional depictions.

Place: ICP Store, 1133 Avenue of the Americas

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Art Desks features photographs of the desks and working spaces of artists, curators, art dealers, critics and tastemakers throughout the East Coast. This series began in 2011 in Washington, D.C. and has since expanded to other art markets. This series explores the idea of desk as portrait combined with the social experiment of navigating the art world.

These photographs will be published by Daylight Books in the fall of next year. The 8-inch-by-10-inch hardbound book will feature 96 photographs of art desks. This will be Robinson's first book published with an independent publisher.

Help fund the project here:http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/art-desks

Image by E. Brady Robinson

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Medium Festival returns to San Diego on November 7 to November 10 at the Lafayette Hotel. Join in as they present two full days of Portfolio Reviews, a Keynote Lecture with Abelardo Morell, followed by two more days of lectures on photography. Medium brings together a community of creative photographers that will inspire your practice, open new connections, and encourage creative thinking in photography. 

More Info: http://mediumsandiego.org

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