Magnum Foundation

News

Photography Expanded Symposium

  Yael Martinez and Orlando Velazquez’s collaborative project, The Blood and The Rain, explores indigenous Mexican spirituality through symbolic representations of sacred sites and rituals of the Nahua, Mixtec, Tlapanec, and Amuzgo cultures.

Yael Martinez and Orlando Velazquez’s collaborative project, The Blood and The Rain, explores indigenous Mexican spirituality through symbolic representations of sacred sites and rituals of the Nahua, Mixtec, Tlapanec, and Amuzgo cultures.

June 8
9:30-5:30 pm, reception to follow
Cooper Union Rose Auditorium


Magnum Foundation’s Photography Expanded Symposium will explore collectivity, authorship, participation, and collaboration in photography and creative documentary practice. This daylong event will showcase projects from a range of disciplines and foster exchange about what it means to partner with other makers, subjects, and publics.

Presenters include: Morehshin AllahyariAppalachian Media Institute (Kate Fowler and Josh Collier), Sol AramendiOscar CastilloSonia Louise DavisWendy EwaldTom FinkelpearlNoelle Flores TheardEric GottesmanHeather HartJamer HuntThe IlluminatorZohar KfirKristen LubbenYael MartinezTiona Nekkia McCloddenSusan MeiselasThe Point (Danny Peralta), Kameelah RasheedEmma RaynesNina RobinsonIvan SigalZoe StraussMark Strandquist, The Visual Resistance, Nato ThompsonGemma Rose TurnbullCaroline Woolard.

Katerina Voegtle