Thursday, September 22, 2011

Tonight's Events

© Gerhard Richter

SVA Theater
333 W 23rd Street
Thursday, 22SEPT
7pm - public event

Dean of the Yale University School of Art Robert Storr will discuss the strikingly similar attitudes that the very different artists Gerhard Richter and Robert Ryman have about what can be painted and what cannot. (via)

© Lisa Kereszi

SVA Amphitheater
209 E. 23rd Street, Fl 3
General Admission $10
Free to current SVa students, faculty and alumni

The Role of Women in Photography: Are We There Yet? Is the title of this panel discussion that explores the ways in which women’s roles in photography, since its inception in the early 19th century, have changed, been stymied, or are approaching egalitarianism in an age where “facebook” can topple a government, cell phones double as cameras, image creation is ubiquitous, and anyone with a computer and a phone line can post his or her personal global gallery.

Moderated by Elisabeth Biondi, independent curator and former long-time Visuals Editor at The New Yorker, distinguished panelists include Vince Aletti, photography critic for The New Yorker and columnist for Photograph; Martine Fougeron, fine art, editorial and portrait photographer; Lisa Kereszi, fine art photographer and lecturer at the Yale School of Art; Lyle Rexer, curator, writer and lecturer in photography and Sarah Silver, fashion photographer.

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