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"The Legacy of Bill Eppridge" Gallery talk by Adrienne Aurichio, Bill Eppridge's wife and director of his archive now available to watch:
The Legacy of Bill Eppridge: Gallery Talk The Legacy of Bill Eppridge: Gallery Talk With Adrienne Aurichio, Director of The Bill Eppridge Archive
Thank you Association of Photography Art Dealers for featuring the exhibition "The Legacy of Bill Eppridge". We are honored to present his overview of Eppridge's impressive career.
Video preview of the new exhibition: "The Legacy of Bill Eppridge". On view through November 20, special Zoom gallery talk with Bill's Eppridge’s wife, longtime editor, collaborator, and Director of his archive, Adrienne Aurichio on Friday September 30.
On this day, September 12, in 1962, President John F. Kennedy gave the historic "We Choose To Go To The Moon" speech. Gallery photographer Bon Gomel accompanied Kennedy while on assignment for LIFE magazine.
9/11 - In Remembrance https://www.monroegallery.com/gallery/exhibits/9-11-in-remembrance
Congratulation to Gallery photographer Anna Boyiazis! "Finding Freedom in the Water" selections are featured in the current exhibition "Imagine A World Without Photojournalism"
Miami University Art Museum exhibit: “A Lens For Freedom: Civil Rights Photographs by Steve Schapiro”
Gallery photographer Stephen Wilkes has been photographing national parks for more than 20 years and his newly born granddaughter inspires him to continue bearing witness to how they're affected by climate change.
National Geographic photographer's pictures document effects of climate change Stephen Wilkes has been photographing national parks for more than 20 years and his newly born granddaughter inspires him to continue bearing witness to how they're affected by climate change.
Grant Baldwin's photograph at the center of this article is in the current Gallery exhibition "Imagine A World Without Photojournalism"
EXHIBITION REVIEW: IMAGINE A WORLD WITHOUT PHOTOJOURNALISM AT MONROE GALLERY
Exhibition Review: IMAGINE A WORLD WITHOUT PHOTOJOURNALISM at Monroe Gallery — Musée Magazine This exhibition highlights photojournalists spanning the 20th and 21st centuries, from World War II to the recent January Insurrection.
Stephen Wilkes' photograph of the Bears Ears National monument in Utah is the cover of National Geographic's “America the Beautiful” issue. "This photograph of Bears Ears National Monument in Utah is one of four Day to Night’s I created for the September 2022 issue. The spectacular landscape of Bears Ears Monument is a symbol of the risk to some of the country's unique and irreplaceable places. One president preserved it at the urging of Native Americans who hold it sacred, another tried to open it to drilling and mining.
A national monument rich with archaeological sites, it includes the Citadel, once a fortified cliff dwelling, now a popular hiking spot. I took 2,092 photographs over 36 hours and selected 44 for this image. Beyond the sense of awe and beauty, there's a palpable sense of history with every step you take.
Bears Ears was one of the most challenging Day to Nights I have created. After a long day of traveling my team and I hiked out over an hour with several hundred pounds of gear to our shoot location and set up camp for the next three days. Over the duration of our shoot we photographed while battling steady 45 mph winds, and were blessed to be able to capture the sunrise, a full moon and a rare alignment of the planets, Jupiter, Venus, Mars, and Saturn." --Stephen Wilkes
Ed Kashi: "I try to make a positive impact on the world" https://www.photojournalismnews.com/ed-kashi
Ed Kashi Interview PhotojournalismChat Photojournalist Ed Kashi Interview
On this day, August 7, in 1964
August 7, 1964, Mississippi. Ben Chaney and his mother at the funeral mass for his older brother, civil rights worker James Chaney who had been killed along with Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner on June 21, 1964.
Photographed by Bill Eppridge.
The bodies of the three civil rights workers were found on August 4, 1964 buried in an earthen dam on private property. The FBI received a tip from an informant. While searching for the 3 missing men, the FBI had dredged all the ponds in the area and found several other bodies that might never have been discovered.
The story about these murders became a fictional movie in 1988 - Mississippi Burning based on the murder investigation. Forty five years later on June 21, 2005 Edgar Ray Killen, a K*K organizer was found guilty on three counts of manslaughter for arranging the murders. He was sentenced to 60 years in prison.
September 30, 2022 - a new exhibit of Bill Eppridge's work at Monroe Gallery of Photography
Images can tell powerful stories. One iconic photograph can symbolize an entire era. But if we expand the frame and examine the moment in which it was taken, a very different story can emerge. In this series of documentary shorts, Harvard University historian Dr. Vincent Brown meets with curators, photographers and other experts to challenge common assumptions about iconic American images.
The Bigger Picture with Vincent Brown | Official Trailer | PBS Images can tell powerful stories. One iconic photograph can symbolize an entire era. But if we expand the frame and examine the moment in which it was taken,...
"The broad range of material serves to communicate the importance of photojournalism in our lives and for the several generations before us. The exhibit is important at a time when journalism is under attack (along with journalists) and lacking in funding."
Imagine A World Without Photojournalism – Monroe Gallery Celebrates 20 Years in Santa Fe | Arizona Photography Alliance Imagine A World Without Photojournalism – Monroe Gallery Celebrates 20 Years in Santa Fe Aug 1, 2022 | Gallery Visit, Photography Exhibitions Most likely readers have seen some or all of the photographs hanging on the wall of the Monroe Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. Gallery co-owner, Sid Monroe will ex...
This photograph is featured in the current "Imagine A World Without Photojournalism" exhibit.
Censorship Is a Missing Picture: Photojournalist Grant Baldwin discusses what we don't see
Censorship Is a Missing Picture: Photojournalist Grant Baldwin discusses what we don't see What is censorship? How do we recognize when it is happening, and how do we address it? Please join local photojournalist Grant Baldwin to discuss his photographs, their impact, and his experience with censorship. The Gaston County Manager ordered the removal of a photograph on display as part of an...
"A most satisfying photo...
"A most satisfying photo...." - 2022-07-26 - Press - News "A most satisfying photo...." July 26, 2022 Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography Hans Runesson: A woman hitting a neo-Nazi with her ...
The George Eastman Museum has acquired Ashley Gilbertson's photograph of Office Eugene Goodman from Monroe Gallery "Throughout its history, our institution has collected and exhibited photographs and films that address timely and timeless topics. For example, we have recently acquired the powerful photograph (above) taken by Ashley Gilbertson, who bravely documented the events at the United States Capitol during the insurrection on January 6, 2021."
Thank you to everyone who joined us in the Gallery and on Zoom for the engaging discussion with photojournalists Nina Berman and David Butow. We are honored and grateful to host these two preeminent photographers. A recording of the evening is below
Threats To Photojournalism: A Conversation With Nina Berman and David Butow Nina Berman and David Butow discuss threats to Photojournalists at Monroe Gallery of Photography on July 22, 2022. Photojournalists working to bring the worl...
We have reached seating capacity in the Gallery for tonight's event, but the photojournalism discussion will stream live via Zoom. The program will begin at 5:30 (MDT), registration available at www.monroegallery.com
Capturing The Front Lines Through The Lens
Monroe Gallery exhibit strives to draw parallels between past and current events Photographs on display at the Monroe Gallery cover an arc of 20th and 21st century social and political change
The Human Condition Through The Lens
Photojournalism Under Threat: A Discussion Friday July 22
Monroe Gallery of Photography : Imagine a World Without Photojournalism
Monroe Gallery of Photography : Imagine a World Without Photojournalism - The Eye of Photography Magazine Monroe Gallery of Photography présente une exposition célébrant le 20e anniversaire de la galerie à Santa Fe. “Imagine a World Without Photojournalism”
This photograph is in the current "Imagine A World Without Photojournalism" exhibit, featured in today's Guardian
"Imagine a world without photojournalism" exhibit marks Monroe Gallery's 20th anniversary in Santa Fe https://artdaily.com/news/147764/-Imagine-a-world-without-photojournalism--exhibit-marks-Monroe-Gallery-s-20th-anniversary-in-Santa-Fe#.YsApTxXMKUk
Opening reception Friday, July 1, 5-7 pm
Monroe Gallery presents the exhibition "Imagine a world without photojournalism" by Visura Blog IMAGINE A WORLD WITHOUT PHOTOJOURNALISM Exhibit Celebrates Monroe Gallery's 20 Years in Santa Fe Santa Fe--Monroe Gallery of Photography, 112 Don Gaspar, is pleased to announce a major exhibition celebrating the Gallery’s 20th anniversary in Santa Fe. Opening on Friday, July 1, &ldqu...
The Truth in Tears.... « Joe McNally Photography One of the proudest associations I have enjoyed in my career is my long time […]
IMAGINE A WORLD WITHOUT PHOTOJOURNALISM opens July 1. For 20 years, Monroe Gallery of Photography has presented exhibitions championing the critical work of photojournalists.
Monroe Gallery exhibit looks at history through Life’s photographs
Imagine A World Without Photojournalism
July 1 - September 18, 2022
Photo removed from Gaston County Museum to be displayed in Santa Fe gallery A gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will display the photo that the Gaston County manager ordered removed from a museum exhibit.
"Telling the truth has become a dangerous business in an era where politicians now frequently stoke anger towards “fake news,” as they often brand any reportage that doesn’t flatter them. All this is occurring at a time when professional outlets and standards continue to diminish, their existence eroded by competition from newer platforms where opinion and rumor often supplant factual reality."
‘Endangered’ Review: A Sobering Documentary Shows the Fourth Estate Under Strain The resurgence of neo-fascist movements and authoritarian rule around the world has unsurprisingly coincided with a ramping-up of hostility against press freedom. Assassinated U.S.-based Saudi jour…
“This is war,” he says, “and people have to see.”
Pushing the envelope
Photographing war crimes in Ukraine
Pushing the envelope Pushing the envelope Photographing war crimes in Ukraine By Judith Matloff June 2, 2022 a Shareon Twitter b Shareon Facebook Emailthis story People don’t typically welcome television crews to burials. But recently, in Donbas, Ukraine, a distraught father invited journalists from Vice News to docum...
A Soldier, An Orphan, and a Photographer
Gallery photographer Nina Berman, a documentary photographer, filmmaker and Columbia journalism professor, in this NY Times article:
"For a culture so steeped in violence, we spend a lot of time preventing anyone from actually seeing that violence. Something else is going on here, and I’m not sure it’s just that we’re trying to be sensitive.”
From Sandy Hook to Uvalde, the Violent Images Never Seen Frustrated Americans ask whether the release of graphic photos of gun violence would lead to better policy. But which photos, and who decides?
In January we hosted photographer David Butow for a discussion and exhibit about his book "BRINK", a book of photographs which captures the tumultuous period in U.S. politics from 2016-2021; and just recently exhibited his photographs from Ukraine at The Photography Show in New York, His photograph from Ulvade, Texas leads a NY Time editorial.
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