(Above photograph copyrighted by Richard Bram)
I saw a message via Richard Bram on Twitter about an upcoming street photography talk in NYC at the Museum of NYC, Monday Sept 10th at 6:30pm! If you are in town, make sure to attend! The price is only $12 and I am looking forward to the informative talk! I will be there in attendance too
- Event: Snap! Contemporary Street Photography
- Date: Monday, September 10
- Time: 6:30 pm
- Location: Museum of NYC
- Description: Contemporary street photographers discuss their stories, what they won’t shoot, living in a world where everyone has a camera on their phone, and more.
Join us for a conversation with contemporary street photographers who will reflect on how they approach people, public spaces, and the unpredictable nature of their work. The program will be moderated by curator Sean Corcoran.
With the Victorian images of London and gritty New York street scenes on view in the Museum’s first floor galleries, panelists, including Magnum’s Bruce Gilden, will discuss how they prepare for heading out to work, what they won’t shoot, and whether living in a world where everyone has a camera on their phone has changed the way they see their subjects, as well as themselves.
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition London Street Photography and City Scenes: Highlights of New York Street Photography
Registering is a bit confusing, so follow these instructions:
- Go to the Museum of New York City Website here.
- Locate the event:
- Click “Add to Basket” and you’re done!
$6 Museum members; $8 seniors and students; $12 general public
*A two dollar surcharge applies for unreserved, walk-in participants.
For more information or to register by phone, please call 917-492-3395