Join us virtually for a conversation with legendary New York photographer Joel Meyerowitz and ICP’s Managing Director of Programs David Campany for a deeper look at Meyerowitz’s new Masters of Photography publication, How I Make Photographs.
In Joel Meyerowitz: How I Make Photographs the legendary photographer shares his passion and infectious enthusiasm for creating incredible photographs. In 20 bite-size lessons Meyerowitz guides the reader through his photographic technique, exploring topics as diverse as how to uncover beauty in the ordinary, how to be at one with your camera, and how to edit your photographs.
Meyerowitz started making spontaneous color photographs on the streets of New York in 1962 with friends such as Tony Ray-Jones and Garry Winogrand. He has since become known as one of the most important street photographers of his generation. Instrumental in changing attitudes towards color photography in the 1970s, he is known as a pioneer, an important innovator, and a highly influential teacher.
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Joel Meyerowitz is one of the most celebrated street photographers of his generation. Instrumental in changing attitudes towards color photography in the 1960s and ’70s, he is a pioneer, innovator and highly influential teacher. Meyerowitz has exhibited the world over, including representing the United States at the 2002 Venice Biennale for Architecture with his images of Ground Zero. He has published more than 25 books and his works are held at MoMA, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Getty Museum, Tate Modern, and many others worldwide.
David Campany is ICP’s new Managing Director of Programs, and a writer, editor, and curator.