Rebecca and I are heading to Rochester, NY, to continue working on what may very well be our next joint book, which we’re calling “Memory City.”
We’ll both be photographing Rochester during the last days of Kodak, at least as far as being the company it once was — known worldwide for its black and white and color film (here’s the latest about Kodak’s bankruptcy).
Since Rebecca is using one of the company’s last films, Portra, and I’m using my last rolls of Kodachrome — which these days can only be processed as black and white — we may not post until we’re back in December, because of film processing waiting period, those days or weeks which may be, according to Rebecca, “more mysterious and more integral to the creative process than one ever realized.”—Alex Webb
——NOV. 8 2012-JAN. 27, 2012, LONDON, “CARTIER-BRESSON: A QUESTION OF COLOR,” group exhibition with Alex Webb, Trent Parke, Joel Meyerwitz, Harry Gruyaert, Helen Levitt, Saul Leiter and others, an exhibition curated by William Ewing.
——SEPT.21, 2012 – JANUARY 13, 2012, PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, “Looking at the Land: 21st Century American Views,” A Collaboration with Flak Photo and RISD Museum of Art, group projection and online exhibition, curated by Andy Adams, with photographs by Rebecca Norris Webb, Brian Ulrich, Todd Hido, Joshua Dudley Greer, Christine Carr, and others.
- UPCOMING 2012/13 WORKSHOPS WITH ALEX AND REBECCA
——JANUARY 12-19, 2013, STREETS OF HAVANA 2013 with Nordic Light, Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb workshop with optional side trip and final edit Jan. 19-25, 2013. For more information, including how to apply, click here or visit the TO CUBA WITH ALEX WEBB AND REBECCA NORRIS WEBB Facebook page.
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