Confounding Expectations: Photography in Context - The Legacy of Lisette Model

Aperture at The New School Wed 26 Sep 2007 7.00PM-9.00PM The New School, Tishman Auditorium
66 West 12th Street
Free admission
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Lisette Model's edgy, indelible point of view gave rise to a portrait of America at all social levels. Her New York City locales ranged from Coney Island to jazz clubs to local hangouts to Fifth Avenue. In 1951, Model was invited to teach at The New School for Social Research, where Berenice Abbott, a longstanding friend, was also teaching photography. Model soon developed into an outstanding mentor, impacting many significant artists including those on the panel and featured in the exhibit Lisette Model and Her Successors, on view at the Aperture gallery. The panel discusses her sphere of influence as an artist and educator.
Moderator
William Hunt, Director, Hasted Hunt Gallery

Participants
Larry Fink, artist
Gary Schneider, artist
Ann Thomas, artist
Rosalind Solomon, artist

This panel is part of the Aperture Foundation Lectures "Confounding Expectations: Photography in Context", and is presented in collaboration with the Aperture Foundation, Parsons The New School for Design and the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School, with generous support from the Kettering Family Foundation and the Henry Nias Foundation. This program is made possible, in part, by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.