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  1. Richard Ross: Abu Ghraib and Access

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    In this video, during the installation of the exhibition at Aperture Gallery, Richard Ross speaks about his experience inside Abu Ghraib and a disturbing discovery there. Ross also explains how he…

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    • Flamenco performance by Pastora Galván

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      Pastora Galván, an important new figure in flamenco dance, performed at the exhibition's opening of No Singing Allowed: Flamenco and Photography, at Aperture Gallery, on February 4,…

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      • Michael Wolf's Talk, part 1/3

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        In this clip of Michael Wolf's talk at Aperture, he begins with talking about his background in photography and how he started his career. Describing his process from studying with Otto Steinert…

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        • Munemasa Takahashi on Lost & Found at Aperture

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          Photographer Munemasa Takahashi from the Memory Salvage Project stopped by Aperture during the installation of an exhibition showcasing several hundred family snapshots recovered from the rubble of…

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          • Joel Meyerowitz on Legacy: Excerpts from his talk

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            Watch an edited excerpt of Joel Meyerowitz talk at Aperture Gallery on the occasion of the release of his new monograph “Legacy: The Preservation of Wilderness in New York City Parks”…

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            • Dawoud Bey's Class Pictures: The Process

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              In this video excerpt of a talk with Carrie Mae Weems from February 2008, when the exhibition was on view at Aperture Gallery, Dawoud Bey explains how the portraits in "Class Pictures" result…

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              • Alex Webb: The Suffering of Light

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                In this edited excerpt, Alex Webb discusses The Suffering of Light, the first comprehensive monograph charting the career of the acclaimed American photographer. Recognized as a pioneer of American…

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                • What Matters Now?: Opening Reception

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                  During the Opening Reception, What Matters Now? hosts Fred Ritchin, Stephen Mayes, Deborah Willis and Melissa Harris speak about their experiences working on this exhibition.

                • What Matters Now?: Student Participation

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                  Melissa Harris invited four different classes to her table over the course of the exhibition: Yolanda Cuomo's Catalog Class, Gregory Crewdson's Critical Perspectives Class, Donna Ferrato's…

                • What Matters Now?: Lewis Blackwell

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                  On Thursday, Stephen Mayes invited Lewis Blackwell to his table, the group creative director of Getty Images. Here, Lewis discusses what he thinks matters now in journalism.

                • What Matters Now?: Karina Aguilera Skvirsky

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                  Deborah Willis invited artist Karina Aguilera Skvirsky to join the discussion. Here, Karina speaks about the work she hung on Deborah Willis' wall. See more of Karina's work: http://www.karinas.net/

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