AIPAD Talks: Curating Photography at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
Speakers: Mattie Boom, Curator of Photography, Rijksmuseum, Hans Rooseboom, Curator of Photography, Rijksmuseum, Moderator: Jean Dykstra, Editor, Photograph Magazine
The photography curators and 2023 AIPAD Award winners discuss their recent projects and upcoming exhibitions at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
AIPAD Talks: New York Now: Home
Speakers: Thea Quiray Tagle, Associate Curator, Brown Arts Institute and David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Sean Corcoran, Senior Curator of Photographs and Prints, Museum of the City of New York, Kristen Lubben, Executive Director, Magnum Foundation.
On the occasion of the inaugural photography triennial exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York, co-curators Thea Quiray Tagle and Sean Corcoran discuss the exhaustive curatorial selection process for the exhibition, and its final 33 participating artists and collectives.
AIPAD Talks: The Formation of MUUS Collection and the Custodianship of Archives
Speakers: Michael W. Sonnenfeldt, Founder of MUUS Collection, Richard Grosbard, Advisor to MUUS Collection, Charles H. Traub, Photographer and Educator
An in-depth discussion about the building of MUUS Collection and its aim to uplift the legacies of underappreciated artists.
AIPAD Talks: Adger Cowans and Halima Taha: Inside Out
Speakers: Adger Cowans, Photographer, Halima Taha, Curator and Author, Introduction by Arnika Dawkins, Arnika Dawkins Gallery, Chair of AIPAD Education Committee
A conversation with Adger Cowans and Halima Taha, and author of Collecting African American Art: Works on Paper and Canvas.
AIPAD Talks: The Joy of Collecting: A Conversation Between W.M. Hunt and John Bennette
Speakers: John A. Bennette, Collector, Editor, Curator, W.M. Hunt, Collector, Curator, Consultant
John A. Bennette and W.M. Hunt first spoke at AIPAD in 1996. They will come together again and talk some more about photography and what’s been going on for the past 27 years. They are both fierce advocates for talent, and they love talking about pictures and spreading the gospel of collecting.
AIPAD Talks: Hip Hop: Conscious, Unconscious
Hip Hop: Conscious, Unconscious
Sam Balaban, Multimedia Artist, Photographer, and Director, Janette Beckman, Photographer, T. Eric Monroe, Photographer and Author, Sally Berman, Co-Curator of Hip Hop: Conscious, Unconscious, Nick Fahey, Director, Fahey / Klein Gallery, Meredith Breech, Exhibitions Manager, Fotografiska
Hip Hop: Conscious, Unconscious, which is on view at Fotografiska through May 20, amplifies the individual creatives involved in the movement and surveys the women who trailblazed amid hip hop’s male-dominated environment.
AIPAD Talks at The Photography Show 2023
Click through for the full schedule of AIPAD Talks during the 42nd edition of The Photography Show. Talks occurring daily onsite at Center415 at 1pm and 3pm from March 31 - April 2. Registration is needed for each presentation.
Bernd and Hilla Becher and their 19th and Early 20th-century Precursors
May 18, 2022 at 4:00 pm ET
Join AIPAD Award 2022 Winner Jeff Rosenheim, the Joyce F. Menschel Curator in Charge of the Department of Photographs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, who will discuss his forthcoming exhibition, Bernd and Hilla Becher and their 19th and Early 20th-century Precursors, opening July 2022.
The Photography collection at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art
May 10, 2022 at 1:00 pm ET
Stamatina Gregory: Highlights of the Photography collection at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art
AIPAD Talks + Aperture Object Benson: On the Influence of Richard Benson
May 6, 2022 at 3:00 pm ET
Lois Conner, artist
Miko McGinty, designer
Sarah Meister, executive director, Aperture
Sarah Stolfa, CEO and artistic director, TILT Institute for the Contemporary Image
William Klein: Yes
May 4, 2022 at 3:00 pm ET
Street photographer. Fashion photographer. Painter. Graphic designer. Abstract artist. Writer. Filmmaker. Book maker. Few have transformed as many fields of art and culture as William Klein. David Campany, Curator at Large at the International Center of Photography presents the expansive work of William Klein, ahead of his major retrospective exhibition William Klein: YES! Photographs, Paintings, Films, 1948-2013, opening Summer 2022 at the International Center of Photography located on the Lower East Side in New York.
AIPAD Talks + Aperture Myriam Boulos: What's Ours
April 27, 2022 at 3:00 pm ET
Based in Beirut, Myriam Boulos, (left) now a Magnum-nominee, has created a searing, diaristic body of work portraying her friends, family, and her city’s society with startling energy and intimacy. Her series, “What’s Ours,” featured in Aperture magazine’s spring issue titled “Celebrations” casts an unflinching eye on the revolution that began in Lebanon in 2019, with protests against corruption and government austerity, as well as the aftermath of the devastating port explosion in August 2020. Of her approach to photography, Boulos states: “It’s more of a need than a choice. I obsess about things and I don’t know how to deal with these obsessions in any other way but photography.” The talk will be introduced by Michael Famighetti, editor, Aperture
What They Saw: Historical Photobooks by Women, 1843-1991
April 20, 2022 at 1:00pm ET
Join co-founders of 10x10 Photobooks Olga Yatskevich (left), a contributing writer to Collector Daily, and Russet Lederman (right), writer, editor, and photobook collector. They will be discussing What They Saw: Historical Photobooks by Women, 1843-1991, winner of the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation Photography Catalogue of the Year Award for 2021.
Deborah Willis and Makeda Best: The Black Civil War Soldier: A Visual History of Conflict and Citizenship
April 13, 2022 at 11:00am ET
Willis (left), University Professor and Chair of the Department of Photography & Imaging at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, will discuss The Black Civil War Soldier: A Visual History of Conflict and Citizenship (NYU Press, 2021), which offers a kaleidoscopic yet intimate portrait of the African-American experience from the beginning of the Civil War to 1900. Best (right), the Menschel Curator of Photography at the Harvard Art Museums, will discuss her book Elevate the Masses – Alexander Gardner, Photography and Democracy in Nineteenth-Century America (Penn State University Press, 2020).