New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997)
(speaker)Benedict J. Fernandez
June 3 – 7 1985
In the first of two segments, Richard Sandler describes his problems with the term "photojournalism." He explains why he considers himself to be a fine art photographer and describes the impact of the 1968 Democratic Convention on his understanding of journalistic practice. He presents a slideshow of his work, discussing his recent projects, the qualities of a good photograph, and the tension between form and content. Sandler then shows photographs he took while concealing his camera and discusses photographing subjects against their will. In the second segment, Sandler answers questions from participants and discusses the financial necessity of accepting corporate assignments.
Richard Sandler - Focus '85;Sandler con't
Parsons Institutional Collections
box pav_9, cassette 2.33 A-B
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