Lecture: The Color of Time: The History of Early Photography and Process
Join us for an evening with photographer Tod Gangler. Gangler’s newest body of photographic work is a collection of views and visions of Ballard as it appears in the 21st century. He captures Ballard at all times of day, encompassing various notions of time, from hours to seasons and years.
While in his twenties Tod Gangler received a T.J. Watson Fellowship and moved to Paris. There he learned about early photography and fell in love with the work of his new heroes: Le Gray, Atget, Balus, and Braun.… Show more
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