Videos

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Camilo José Vergara & Christopher Hawthorne: Tracking Time in America’s Inner Cities

A chronicler of societal shifts in changing urban landscapes, photographer Camilo José Vergara spoke to these issues with former Los Angeles Times architecture critic – and newly appointed Chief Design Officer for the City of Los Angeles – Christopher Hawthorne.
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Donna Ferrato & Nona Willis Aronowitz: From Behind Closed Doors to #MeToo

Donna Ferrato is a woman and a photographer whose work is about sex, violence, love, and how she sees women, their complexity, their politics, their public and private lives, and their struggle to come into their own power. Nona Willis Aronowitz is an author and editor whose work covers similar subjects of women, sexual politics, and the state of young feminism across the United States.
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Will Wilson & Amy Scott: Time, Place, and Race

Diné artist Will Wilson and Autry Museum Chief Curator Amy Scott’s dialogue covered a broad range of subjects, including the ways indigenous people are taking back the representation of their own cultures through art and photography.
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Carol M. Highsmith & Anne Wilkes Tucker: The Beauty, Humor, and Humanity of America

Photographer Carol M. Highsmith and Not an Ostrich exhibit curator Anne Wilkes Tucker discuss Highsmith’s decades-long project to photograph America with images from all 50 states.
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Matthew Rolston: Hollywood Royale

Veteran Hollywood photographer Matthew Rolston and award-winning journalist and film director Matt Tyrnauer engage in a lively discussion of Rolston’s latest project—a book and exhibition of his works from the 1980s.
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Andrew Moore: Cuba: The Afterlife of Architecture

The architecture of Cuba is justifiably famous for its originality, range of styles, and preservation of historical context.
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Luis Gispert: Cheerleaders and Chonga Girls

Utilizing what he terms a “hip-hop baroque” aesthetic, Luis Gispert discusses his interdisciplinary work that incorporates photography, sound, sculpture, and video.
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Lisette Poole: The Cuban Diaspora

Lisette Poole is a Cuban-American photojournalist based in Havana whose work explores themes of beauty, resilience and family history.
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Alexis Rodriguez-Duarte & Tico Torres: Two Cubans and a Camera

Alexis Rodriguez-Duarte and his husband, Tico Torres, have worked together for over 30 years.
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David Alan Harvey: Capturing Cuba

David Alan Harvey’s discussion of his work in Cuba for National Geographic will be informed by his years instructing young photographers in New York City.
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Tria Giovan: The Cuba Archive: Photography from the 1990s

Over the course of six years and 12 month-long trips to Cuba in the 1990s, photographer Tria Giovan returned home to New York City with over 25,000 images of the Caribbean island.
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Greg Kahn: Havana Youth

Photographer Greg Kahn discusses how youth identity in Cuba is rapidly evolving and redefining what it means to be Cuban.