SLANT RHYMES: The Photographs of Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb
Aperture Foundation, NYC, Friday, March 27, 2015, 7-8:30pm
“In his afterword to Violet Isle, Pico Iyer writes that our photographs sometimes rhyme.”—Alex Webb, from “On Collaboration” in Aperture’s Alex Webb from Rebecca Norris Webb on Street Photography and the Poetic Image, Introduction by Teju Cole
Photographers Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb will present a variety of work at their joint slide talk, “Slant Rhymes,” featuring photographs from the creative couple’s two recent joint books, Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb on Street Photography and the Poetic Image (Aperture, 2014) and Memory City, as well as work from their first collaboration, Violet Isle: A Duet of Photographs from Cuba. Additionally the Webbs will also show work from Alex’s Aperture monograph, The Suffering of Light: Thirty Years of Photographs, and Rebecca’s third book, My Dakota. The talk will be followed by a Q&A and book signing.
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——THE ART OF EDITING: Thursday Oct. 28-Sunday Nov. 1, 2015
Do you know how to listen to your photographs—including how they talk to one another—in order to select and sequence your work? Learn the challenging ART OF EDITING and sequencing your photographs in this five-day intensive workshop in New York City. This workshop is open to both serious amateurs as well as seasoned photographers who may be working on a long-term project or book. This intimate workshop is limited to 12 photographers.
Your workshop teachers are Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, a creative couple who often edit and sequence their work together for magazines, exhibitions, and books, including their two recent collaborative books, Memory City, and Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb on Street Photography and the Poetic Image. The Webbs will begin this intensive workshop by looking at a series of unedited photographs from each workshop participant, which could be from a recent trip you’ve taken or an event (such as a wedding, parade, or festival), or perhaps an assignment or long-term project. There will be two options for the second half of the workshop: participants can choose either: 1) to photograph and edit new work from Halloween weekend in NYC 2015; or, 2) to continue to edit and sequence a long-term project or book. FOR MORE INFORMATION, INCLUDING HOW TO APPLY (Applications open March 1, 2015) email@example.com
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