On September 19th at 8pm Eugene Richards will be presenting work at the Center for Photography at Woodstock
From the CPW website:
Eugene Richards is an editorial photographer, author, teacher, and filmmaker. His years serving as an activist and social worker informed his work as a photojournalist and he is today regarded as one of the most important photographers working in the documentary tradition worldwide. His work has been published in fifteen books to date including Dorchester Days, Exploding Into Life, The Knife & Gun Club: Scenes From an Emergency Room, Cocaine True, Cocaine Blue, Stepping Through the Ashes, The Fat Baby, and most recently A Procession of Them and The Blue Room and most recently A Procession of Them and The Blue Room. Richards has completed assignments for such prominent magazines as Life, The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic, Time, People, and Esquire and has received some of the most prestigious awards of our time including several National Endowment for the Arts Grants, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography, and the Robert F. Kennedy Lifetime Achievement Journalism Award. Gene has lead workshops since 1978.
For more information on CPW’s lecture series click here.