Light Work and the Department of Transmedia in the College of Visual and Performing Arts announces the Fall 2020 lineup for a new remote lecture series. The new collaboration brings together leading dynamic contemporary voices in the field of photography.
Lectures will happen via Zoom (account not required). All registered attendees will receive a link to join prior to each program.
Irina Rozovsky believes there is something to photograph most anywhere and considers the camera a third eye. For years, she has made pictures by wandering in far-flung places. She has explored questions of migration, diaspora, rootlessness, and personal versus political freedom in Cuba, Israel, and former Yugoslavia. Rozovsky is based in Athens, Georgia.
Bio: Irina Rozovsky (born 1981, Russia) is a photographer living in Athens, Georgia. She has exhibited in museums and galleries in the US and abroad. She has published two monographs, One to Nothing (2011) and Island in my Mind (2015). A monograph of her ten year project In Plain Air is forthcoming in 2021. Irina’s work is in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Haggerty Museum of Art and is featured in MoMA’s New Photography: Companion Pieces exhibition this fall. She has been published by The New Yorker, New York Times Magazine, Harpers, ZeitMagazin, and others. With her husband Mark Steinmetz, she runs The Humid, a photographic project space in Athens, GA.
Single Pass or Season Pass to all four lectures (a savings of $30 for package pricing). Light Work Lab membership is not required. Passes are nonrefundable and cannot be exchanged with other Lab classes or workshops. We process registrations on a first-come, first-served basis.
This event was published on September 29, 2020.
- Arts and Performance
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- $15 for a single pass or $30 for a season pass to all four lectures
- Light Work
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