Remaking a Photobook: The Five Obstructions with Jenia Fridlyand - Jan. 29 - Feb. 26, 2019

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Remaking a Photobook: The Five Obstructions with Jenia Fridlyand - Jan. 29 - Feb. 26, 2019

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reMAKING A PHOTOBOOK: THE FIVE OBSTRUCTIONS

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January 29-February 26, 2019 (6:00PM – 9:00 PM)
5 sessions: Tuesday Evenings
Instructor: Jenia Fridlyand
Tuition: $480 (Members), $552 (Non-Members)

This class is an opportunity for all photographers to broaden their practice and explore the photobook genre, but will be especially useful for those currently working on a photobook project. Inspired by Lars von Trier’s iconic film, the course will be structured around weekly assignments specifically designed to expand students’ understanding of their photography and the way it can function in book form. If approached with both serious commitment and wholehearted playfulness, the challenges posed will serve as creative springboards for the advancement of students’ work.

This class is developed in collaboration with Image Threads Collective.

It is limited to 10 participants.
Registration on rolling basis until the class is full.

 

Jenia Fridlyand (Moscow, 1975) is a photographer and educator based in New York City and the Hudson Valley.  Her photographs and books have been exhibited in the United States and abroad. The self-published edition of Fridlyand’s book Entrance to Our Valley was shortlisted for the Paris Photo - Aperture First Photobook Award 2017, and a trade edition (TIS Books) is in production. Fridlyand is a co-founder of Image Threads Collective, a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring together artists, educators, and bookmakers in communities around the world for a mutual exchange of ideas and experiences. Image Threads’ efforts include organizing workshops and teaching workshops, collecting donations for libraries, setting up reading rooms, and promoting emerging photobook makers. Fridlyand studied photography at Centre Iris and Université Paris VIII, and holds an MFA from the University of Hartford’s International Limited-Residency program.

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