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Modern Art + Culture
47 minutes | Aug 19, 2021
S2E5 | Tokie Taylor + Omission
Tokie Taylor taps in with the Modern Art + Culture podcast to discuss her inclusion in Atlanta Photography Group's Portfolio exhibition, her ongoing body of work that centers African-American heritage and perspective. We talk about gate-keepers in the fine art establishment and the pros and cons of social media for breaking artists. https://www.tokietaylorstudio.com/
50 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
S2E3 | Pat Kane
Pat Kane is a photographer with a documentary style. His work has appeared in: The New York Times, National Geographic, The Atlantic among others. Pat's images are a part of the photo collectives Indigenous Photograph and Boreal Collective. Pat identifies as mixed Indigenous/settler and is a proud Algonquin Anishinaabe member of the Timiskaming First Nation (Quebec). He has a special focus on Indigenous issues and the relationship between land and identity. Website: www.patkanephoto.comInstagram: @patkanephoto
38 minutes | May 31, 2021
S2E4 | Jeremy Dennis
In this episode we meet Jeremy Dennis, who is a contemporary fine art photographer and a member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation. In his work, he explores indigenous identity, assimilation, and tradition. He has been part of several group and solo exhibitions, residencies, and recipient of the Creative Bursar Award from Getty Images. We also talk to him about what may be his most ambitious and personal project to date -- Ma's House.https://www.jeremynative.com/
48 minutes | May 16, 2021
S2E2 | Kiliii Yuyan + Adventure
Photographer Kiliii Yuyan illuminates the hidden stories of Polar Regions, wilderness and Indigenous communities. Informed by ancestry that is both Nanai/Hèzhé (Siberian Native) and Chinese-American, he explores the human relationship to the natural world from different cultural perspectives. Kiliii is an award-winning contributor to National Geographic Magazine and other major publications. Kiliii is based out of Seattle, but can be found across the circumpolar Arctic much of the year. His series, Masks of Grief and Joy is exhibiting in the Main Gallery of the Griffin Museum of Photography, from May 26th - July 9th, 2021 as part of Spirit: Focus on Indigenous Art, Artists and Issues, and online at griffinmuseum.org or kiliii.com.
35 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
S2E1 | Jonny Skye + Saying Goodbye
Welcome back to the MAC podcast! We kick off season two by speaking with curator and owner of Skye gallery, Jonny Skye. Skye studied Visual Art at Brown University and Art Education at RISD. A visual arts educator in public school, museum and community centers, Skye spent the majority of her career in urban education reform as a youth and community advocate prior to opening Skye Gallery in 2017. SKYE GALLERY celebrates contemporary art that speaks to our humanity, challenges the dominant narrative, and offers a vision for tomorrow. https://skye-gallery.com/
63 minutes | Dec 31, 2020
S1E13 | The End of Year Podcast
What an exhausting year. So much has happened that has changed our perception of ourselves and the world we live in. In our last episode of 2020, we run down a list of things that we'd like to leave in 2020 and check off some of the things we're hoping to see in the new year. A warm thanks to all the people whom we've interviewed this year and all the new people we've made friends with. Hope to see you again in the new year!
47 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
S1E12 | Chip Standifer + Breaking into Fine Art pt.2
As we start wrapping up our special coverage of ACP fest, we speak to Chip Standifer who brings a wonderful vibe to the podcast. He opens up about his works and leadership role in APG as well as continue the conversation with us that Judith Pishnery started, about navigating the fine art world. Chip gives great advice for up and coming and mid-level photographers trying to find their footing in a system that may be a bit antiquated but nevertheless is still the standard.https://www.chipstandiferphotography.com/
62 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
ACP Studio Sessions 6 | Ron Sherman
In this installment of the ACP studio sessions, we are visited by the veteran editorial photographer, Ron Sherman. Ron takes us back to a simpler and more prosperous time in the photo world, and all the stops in between that his camera managed to take him. https://www.ronsherman.com/
67 minutes | Oct 24, 2020
S1E10 | Judith Pishnery + Breaking into Fine Art
This time around, we speak to Judith Pishnery from Atlanta Photography Group (APG) who tells us a bit about her background, APG's history, and best business practices for fine artists. This episode is for the aspiring, emerging, or curious commercial photographer who’s had more than a passing interest in breaking into the fine art world. A lot of today’s discussions will cover what it takes to not only reach out to a curator but to maintain that link once you’ve made that connection.https://www.atlantaphotographygroup.org/ https://www.judithpishnery.com/index
45 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
ACP Studio Sessions 5 | Karey Walter
In the fifth installment of our ACP Studio Sessions, we have a conversation with wildlife portraitist, Karey Walter. We do a deep dive on the meaning of her work, what drives her to go out of her way to find specific animals and the affect her work has on her outlook on life and vice versa. We also talk a lil shop on academia. https://www.kareywalter.com/
48 minutes | Oct 14, 2020
ACP Studio Sessions 4 | Mint Gallery
The Modern Art and Culture podcast is on location at Mint fine art gallery, located right outside of downtown Atlanta. Jessica Helfrecht, the program director, takes us for a tour of the space and exhibitions and we have a great conversation about gallery life. In this episode, we're also introduced to the ladies of the Free Black Women’s Library who then talk about how they came about and what their mission is. http://Mintatl.org @mintatl @thefreeblackwomenslibrary_la https://www.facebook.com/thefreeblackwomenslibrary.atl/
64 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
ACP Studio Sessions 3 | Billy Howard
In this installment of our ACP Studio Sessions, we have a broad-ranging conversation with the prolific portrait photographer Billy Howard. Having a career that's spanned several decades and published books--Billy reminisces about gut-wrenching experiences, gives great career advice, and shares his favorite f-stop.https://www.billyhoward.com/
60 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
ACP Studio Sessions 2 | Nicole LeCorgne
Modern Art + Culture's collaboration with Atlanta's Celebrate Photography fest continues as Fine Art photographer Nicole LeCorgne stops by to talk about historical and alternative processes vs digital, and her upcoming event.http://nicolelecorgne.com/https://acpinfo.org/
57 minutes | Sep 24, 2020
S1E5 | Getting Back to Art
In this episode, we grapple with what going forward looks like for creatives, question whether social media is a viable marketing tool, and addressing trends of diversity in the creative industry. We also introduce a new segment that highlights contemporary artwork.
25 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
ACP Studio Sessions 1 | Corinne Adams
This is the first installment of the ACP Studio Sessions, as we interview artist and co-founder of ACP, Corinne Adams. Corinne will talk about how her vision for ACP (Atlanta Celebrate Photography) became a reality, some of her favorite experiences over the years, where she sees the organization going in the future, and how the public can support + participate in ACP events this year.https://acpinfo.org/
58 minutes | Sep 10, 2020
S1E3 | Gabriella Wyke part 2
Part 2 of my conversation with Gabriella is all about the work. In this episode we do an in-depth critique of her “The Letter” series.
52 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
S1E2 | Gabriella Wyke part 1
With this episode, we begin a new segment dedicated to conversations and critiques with a focus on emerging artists. In the first part of this in-depth discussion we get a glimpse into the artist's life, motivations, feelings on the current political climate, and how her ongoing project is fulfilling her mission.
28 minutes | Sep 2, 2020
S1E1 | Past is Prologue
There's something to be said about starting from the beginning. We delve into our respective visions for the podcast and share stories of self-discovery and inspiration.
1 minutes | Aug 19, 2020
Welcome to the Modern Art + Culture Podcast
This initial trailer for the Modern Art + Culture podcast lays out the thesis to the show.
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