Videos

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Carolyn Cole, David Hume Kennerly and Anne Wilkes Tucker: War/Photography: A Discussion

Carolyn Cole, David Hume Kennerly and Anne Wilkes Tucker discuss various images from the WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography.
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Jeff and Andrew Topham: LIBERIA ’77 – Photo is Life

Jeff and Andrew Topham discuss the importance of photography in the rebuilding of a society devastated by war.
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Stephen Mayes, Michael Kamber and Topaz Adizes: Tim Hetherington: A Very Personal War

Stephen Mayes, Micael Kamber and Topaz Adizes discuss the work of British-American photojournalist Tim Hetherington, who died while documenting the Libyan war, exploring his alternative representations of conflict.
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Marissa Roth and Sara Terry

Marissa Roth and Sara Terry discuss images from their work, insights into the long-term consequences of conflict and the resilience of the human spirit.
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Penelope Spheeris, Gale Sparrow and Liz Heller: Lights. Camera. MTV.

Penelope Spheeris, Gale Sparrow and Liz Heller re-join to tell some of the behind-the-scenes stories of the MTV revolution.
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Tim Davis and Michael McCall: Curating Country

Tim Davis and Michael McCall discuss the photography of Walden S. Fabry and Elmer Williams, how the Country Music Hall of Fall of Fame and Museum acquired their collections and the archival process that has gone into digitizing and preserving them.
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Michael Wilson and Shannon Perich: Finding Light

Michael Wilson and Shannon Perich discuss Wilson’s music industry photographs as seen in Country: Portraits of an American Sound, as well as his other photography work.
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David Fahey and Mark McKenna: Herb Ritts – A Discussion

David Fahey and Mark McKenna recall working with famed fashion photographer Herb Ritts.
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Nikki Sixx and Kristine McKenna: Life Through The Distorted Lens of Nikki Sixx

Nikki Sixx and Kristine McKenna discuss This is Gonna Hurt (based on Sixx’s journals and photographs), exploring beauty, its perception and how we view ourselves.
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Ying Chu and Yu Tsai: Eastern Faces Through a Western Lens

Ying Chu and Yu Tsai discuss their work and trade stories of their global photography.
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Mark Fisher: Gravity-Inspired Photography: Images from a Vertical World

Mark Fisher discusses action sports photography, from personal projects to professional assignments throughout Alaska, North America and the Himalayas.
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George Steinmetz: Hyper Arid: Aerial Photos of the World’s Extreme Deserts

George Steinmetz covers his work on all seven continents, examining themes of ecology and sustainability in areas that few have ever visited.