R. C. May Photography Lecture Series: TEJU COLE
R. C. May Photography Endowment Lecture Series: TEJU COLE
EXHIBITION: October 7 - December 15, 2017, UK Art Museum
LECTURE: December 1, 4 – 5 pm, Gatton Building, Kincaid Auditorium
Lecture and Exhibition are FREE
Teju Cole is an acclaimed photographer, writer, and art historian. His relentless travel provides opportunities for precise observation and reflection on human culture—what can be seen and described, and what can be felt. In his recent exhibition Blind Spot and Black Paper and the related book, he links images of public and private spaces with insightful prose in a glancing, poetic manner.
Cole is the photography critic of the New York Times Magazine and an award-winning novelist (Open City) and essay writer (Known and Strange Things). These works have earned a variety of honors including the PEN/Hemingway Award, the New York City Book Award for Fiction, the Focus Award from the Griffin Museum of Photography, and the Windham Campbell Prize for fiction from Yale University. Raised in Nigeria, Cole currently resides in Brooklyn.
R. C. MAY PHOTOGRAPHY ENDOWMENT LECTURE SERIES: TEJU COLE
Friday, December 1, 4:00 - 5:00 pm, Gatton Building, Kinkaid Auditorium, FREE
Exhibiting artist, author and art historian Teju Cole discusses his practice of making and analyzing photographs and visual culture.
Top: Teju Cole, Zürich, October 2014, archival pigment print. Courtesy of the artist and Steven Kasher Gallery, New York
Bottom: TEJU COLE photographed by Christopher Anderson
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