©Alex Webb, “Havana, 2013”
Judges have just been announced for the RADIUS BOOK SCHOLARSHIPS : James Estrin from the The New York Times Lens Blog, Stacey D. Clarkson from Harper’s Magazine, photographer David Taylor, University of Arizona faculty and 2008 Guggenheim Fellow, and the Editors of Radius Books. These tuition-free scholarships will be awarded to photographers who are 27 years old or younger to attend the BOOK WEEKEND @ RADIUS WORKSHOP in Santa Fe in March.
DEADLINE FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP IS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. For more information about the scholarship and the upcoming workshop (only a few space left), please read about the workshop and scholarship below.—Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb
PLEASE NOTE OUR WEBSITE HAS CHANGED: http://www.webbnorriswebb.co/
ALEX FEATURED ON THE NEW YORK TIMES LENS BLOG
FLAK Q&A ON THE MAKING OF “MY DAKOTA” WITH RADIUS BOOKS EDITORS
©Rebecca Norris Webb, from “Violet Isle” (with Alex Webb)
BOOK WEEKEND@RADIUS: Alex Webb, Rebecca Norris Webb, & David Chickey
Friday evening, March 22, 2013 thru Sunday afternoon, March 24, 2013, Radius Books offices, 227 Place Ave., Suite W., Santa Fe, NM
——28 JANUARY UPDATE: ONLY A FEW PLACES LEFT IN THE WORKSHOP: PLEASE CONTACT THE WEBBS TO RESERVE A SPACE. SEE DETAILS BELOW.
This intensive weekend bookmaking workshop is open to anyone who is passionate about a photography project that he or she has been working on –– from serious amateurs to seasoned professionals, from documentary photographers to art photographers, from those photographing a theme, a place, or an issue to those working on a more personal series of photographs of family or friends. This workshop will help each participant learn how to take his or her project to the next level.
The workshop will be taught by Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, a creative team who’ve edited seven books together — including Rebecca’s My Dakota, Alex’s The Suffering of Light, and their joint books Violet Isle and the upcoming Memory City —and by noted designer David Chickey, Radius’s publisher and creative director who has designed photo books for more than 20 publishers and museums over the last 15 years.
Through an individual assignment tailored for each participant, presentations, discussions, and an editing exercise, the Webbs and Chickey will explore with you a variety of book-related topics over this intensive weekend, including such issues as how to discover the heart of your photography project, how to edit and sequence a photo book intuitively, how to figure out what’s left to photograph for your project, how to choose a writer, title and cover image, how to work with a designer, what to expect when you go on press, and how prints in a book differ from prints on a wall.
To apply: photographers must submit 10 small jpgs (72 dpi, 8 inches on longest side) or a link to your project online, and a short statement about the project (no more than 250 words), as a word doc to the Webbs: firstname.lastname@example.org Former Webb Workshop participants are invited to apply without submitting a formal application if Alex and Rebecca are familiar with your project. IF YOU ARE 27 OR YOUNGER AND WISH TO APPLY FOR A TUITION-FREE RADIUS BOOKS SCHOLARSHIP, PLEASE NOTE THIS IN YOUR APPLICATION, AND INCLUDE A SHORT BIO AND TWO NAMES AND EMAILS OF PEOPLE FAMILIAR WITH YOUR WORK (SUCH AS PROFESSORS OR EDITORS) THAT THE JUDGES MAY WANT TO CONTACT.
For more information about the workshop, please contact Alex and Rebecca: email@example.com, or visit the Magnum website.
- OTHER UPCOMING 2013 WORKSHOPS WITH ALEX AND REBECCA
——MAY 4-10, 2013: FINDING YOUR VISON @ CAPTION GALLERY, NY. APPLICATIONS FOR THIS WORKSHOP OPEN ON JANUARY 22, 2013. For more information about this workshop, visit Alex and Rebecca’s workshop page on their website: http://www.webbnorriswebb.co/
——FEB. 2., 7-10PM, ATLANTA, 112 KROG ST. NE at Atlanta’s Stoveworks Complex, “SOAR,”
a group show featuring the work of Rebecca Norris Webb, Jason Houston, and others. After Feb. 2, the show will hang in the Jennifer Schwartz Gallery
space until the end of February. More information here.
——DEC. 14, 2012 – MAY 4, 2013, Salt Lake, Utah, Brigham Young University of Art, “The Suffering of Light: 30 Years of Photographs,“ Alex Webb’s solo traveling exhibition organized by the Aperture Foundation, NYC.
——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.
LINK TO NOTES ON “THE SUFFERING OF LIGHT’ BY ALEX WEBB ON TIME LIGHTBOX.
LINK TO “MY DAKOTA” ON TIME LIGHTBOX.
LINK TO ALEX’S EAST LONDON PHOTOGRAPHS IN THE AUGUST 2012 ISSUE OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC.
TO READ THE FRACTION MAGAZINE REVIEW of MY DAKOTA CLICK HERE.
“LOOKING AT THE LAND” IN AMERICAN PHOTO MAGAZINE.