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For many of us, photography is - at least some of the time - a walking medium. We stroll out into the world just to see what it offers us for making pictures. "While walking with" is a podcast created by TIS books to explore both everyday photography practice and the making and theory of photobooks. In each episode, we ask a notable photobook maker to set out with us on foot with a camera and a live mic.
 
The Yale University Press Podcast is a series of in-depth conversations with experts and authors on a range of topics including politics, history, science, art, and more for those who are intellectually curious. Jessica Holahan hosts discussions on all things art and architecture and there are occasional appearances by Yale University Press Director John Donatich.
 
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I have been a fan of Gail Albert Halaban's Out My Window series for years, so it was a delight to get to speak with her about this long-term project that began in her city, New York, and has since gone global. Tune in to hear about building community through photography and the interesting connections to be made when you look into your neighbors' w…
 
Louie and I met in 2011. He was just back from Afghanistan with the most gorgeous silver portraits of soldiers he was embedded with. Six years later, we would publish those portraits as part of the deconstructed photobook, Front Towards Enemy. We had many adventures in between and even more since, including sitting 10 feet from Andrew McCarthy duri…
 
Listen to this conversation with Chrysler Museum of Art curator Seth Feman and Columbus Museum curator Jonathan Frederick Walz — we discuss the art and life of the extraordinary American artist Alma Woodsey Thomas. Seth and Jonathan are co-curators of the major traveling exhibition Alma W. Thomas: Everything Is Beautiful Continue reading...…
 
Matthew Brandt is a mad scientist/brilliant image-maker/pure delight. Oddly, we talk about poo a lot on this episode, but it kind of works. We also talk a lot about the creative process and parsing out the good ideas from the not-good-yet ideas. It's human and inspiring. Take a listen. Calling his approach "a little bit messy and experimental," Mat…
 
In this episode of the Yale University Press podcast, we talk about the life and drawings of the self-taught artist Joseph E. Yoakum with the Art Institute of Chicago‘s Mark Pascale and MoMA‘s Esther Adler, two of the curators of the current traveling retrospective exhibition of the artist’s work and Continue reading...…
 
I cannot get enough of Carolyn Drake - her talent, her intentionality, her grounded and inspiring words. But alas, I gush. We talk about collaboration and books (surprised?), and she has a lot of brilliance to share on both topics. Carolyn Drake works on long term photo-based projects seeking to interrogate dominant historical narratives and creati…
 
These two! A powerhouse duo of talent, passion and all-around art do-goodness. They are pooling their wide ranging skills to deliver a new model to help artists become creatively and financially successful. Learn all about Assembly in this episode! Ashlyn Davis Burns has worked to support lens-based artists for the past decade through curatorial, e…
 
Diana Markosian is staggeringly talented, thoughtful, creative and articulate. We had some technical difficulties on our first recording, so I got to be overwhelmed by her amazingness TWICE. She is brave, both in an "I'm going to sneak across this contested border" way and an "I'm going to dig deeper than deep into this personally painful territory…
 
Doing this podcast has really just been a way for me to geek out on photography and give me an excuse to talk with artists whose work I adore, and getting to talk with Kelli Connell was a highlight. The time and focus and introspection she devotes to her long-term projects is remarkable, and she also happens to be the loveliest of human beings. Kel…
 
I had never met Aaron Schuman before this recording, and I'm pleased to report that we are now best friends. His deep love for all things photography and his thoughtful and inquisitive approach to both his own work and others' is infectious and inspiring, and I can't wait for our next conversation and all the ones after that. Aaron Schuman is Ameri…
 
Witness my biggest fan-girl moment so far in this interview with the immensely talented and innovative photobook designer, Hans Gremmen. He has the winning and enviable combination of being creatively brilliant and also incredibly down to earth. Speaking with him was so inspiring. Hans Gremmen is a graphic designer based in Amsterdam. He works in p…
 
If you want to be inspired to break your addiction to social media, live the #vanlife, and still do all kinds of badass photography-related projects, listen to this episode with Daniel Milnor, creative evangelist for Blurb. If you've ever met him, you're still buzzing from the interaction, and he not only remembers you, but everything you talked ab…
 
As Michael S. Roth wrote in his review in The Washington Post, “The maturation of Grundberg as a renowned critic coincides with the maturation of photography as an art form and its conquest of the art market. With this fine book, he has given us a personal yet balanced account Continue reading...By Yale University Press
 
Sharp, curious and hilarious, Abe Morell's got the most enviable spark for life and creating, and he does it all with wit and charm. We talk about being Cuban, the role of play in art-making, and his favorite hip hop club in Atlanta. Prepare to be enchanted. Abelardo Morell was born in Havana, Cuba in 1948. He immigrated to the United States with h…
 
In a fascinating conversation that ranges from Alice Neel’s politics to her painting practice, we talk with Kelly Baum and Randall Griffey, the co-curators of the current exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and co-editors of the related catalogue, Alice Neel: People Come First. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher Continue reading...…
 
In this episode of Perfect Bound, we learn that Alejandro Cartagena still has the pen I lent him six years ago in the pocket of his winter coat. We also learn he has 35 book projects in mind to be developed and that he has been able to harness a personal, inner tension to inspire a life's work in photography. Dominican-born photographer Alejandro C…
 
Cig Harvey and I talk about all kinds of things from perfume to '90s female vocalists to being present in the moment (she's great at it - me, not so much). We also talk about photography and photobooks. A lot. Cig is charming and earnest and about as authentic as it gets. She's also working on an opera. Take a listen. Cig Harvey is an artist whose …
 
Kris is a rockstar. Full stop. His own work is thoughtful and important, and he is deeply committed to developing platforms for other artists, especially BIPOC artists, to get their work seen and their stories told. He has the rare quality of being able to tell it to you straight - verbally, visually - with a large dose of grace and humanity. Kris …
 
Tabitha and I deep dive into a wide range of topics, from emotional resiliency to Tupac. We compare and contrast journalism and photography and talk about navigating the current art, political, and pandemic landscape. It's a ride. Tabitha Soren is an artist and Peabody Award-winning journalist, best known for her work as an MTV news correspondent a…
 
In this episode of Perfect Bound, we talk to photographer David Hilliard about creating work that is personal and vulnerable, why his father was the great love of his life, and committing to being an artist. We also laugh a lot. David Hilliard’s vibrant, multipanel images find a delicate and unique balance between fact and fiction. Combining frames…
 
Matt Eich joins the Perfect Bound podcast to share his thoughts on classifying his work, the broken editorial model, finding a home for his images in photobooks, and using his wife's student loan money to produce his first limited-edition book. Listen to hear this artist's journey and where he's heading next. Matt Eich is a photographic essayist wo…
 
Tracing a historical line from commedia dell’arte, Hogarth and others to modern and contemporary artists including Ollie Harrington, Robert Colescott, Spike Lee, and Kara Walker, we discuss Black visual satire with Duke professor Richard J. Powell. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify |By Yale University Press
 
Kim Sichel discusses her new book, a richly illustrated look at some of the most important photobooks of the 20th century France experienced a golden age of photobook production from the late 1920s through the 1950s. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | SoundcloudBy Yale University Press
 
British artist Eileen Hogan, Yale Center for British Art curator Elisabeth Fairman, and Artists’ Lives oral historian Cathy Courtney have a wide-ranging conversation about painting, exhibitions, gardens, poetry, and more. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | SoundcloudBy Yale University Press
 
Architectural historian Anthony Alofsin offers us an entirely new way of looking at role New York City played in the life and career of Frank Lloyd Wright — and a new way of looking at the city, as well. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | SoundcloudBy Yale University Press
 
The Taj Mahal is deserving of its role as one of the most famous and recognizable buildings in the world; Professor Chanchal Dadlani explains why subsequent architecture, from the later years of the Mughal Empire, deserve our attention, as well. Subscribe:Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | Soundcloud…
 
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