Bannière Talks in English
Date
Thursday 11 May 2023 - 19.00

Pictures, motion and still, Bruce Frankel has spent a lifetime shooting images.  Photography—One Approach, will examine how the image-maker has approached his passion, his vocation.

From his involvement with the 1970s New York world of experimental film and photography, throughout his career as a TV journalist-cameraman, his has been a constant reflection on how to interpret that which is before our eyes.  

This evening's discussion will use the September 11, 2001 attack on NYC's World Trade Center as a pivot to explore Frankel's thinking and work.  From personal aesthetics- photography as art-  to the raw power of documentation.  

What are "Talks in English"?

Our "Talks in English" series is organized as part of our Teaching Centre activities  and is open to all free of charge, upon registration and within the limits of available places.

We offer monthly Talks in English on different themes, given by our teachers and  external speakers. Information about the upcoming events will be available on our website and social media networks.

We also offer refreshments at the end of the conference to allow participants to practice their English.

 

 

 

Speaker biography

Bruce Frankel: photographer and photo journalist

Bruce Frankel is a documentary filmmaker, as well as having had a 36-year career as a foreign correspondent for French TV.  

His film Mississippi Dreaming, followed a French jazz quintet through the basin of the mighty river-Chicago to New Orleans-exploring the roots of the music.

His book It Was the Turn of the Century, accompanied the September 2021 photo exhibition at Atelier Bergère.

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