Songs Left Out of Nan Goldin’s Ballad of Sexual Dependency
Aperture Foundation NY
Nan Goldin’s Ballad of Sexual Dependency started as a slide show with music. To mark the third printing of Nan Goldin’s Ballad of Sexual Dependency Aperture has put online a piece by Greil Marcus on the soundtrack to Goldin’s original slideshow presentation of the work. Originally printed in Aperture #197 Winter 2009.
They have also assembled a YouTube playlist based on the soundtrack for Goldin’s slideshow, listen here.
Also, see interview and article @ Top Photography FIlms
Nan Goldin – Matthew Marks Gallery
Interesting project by Andres Serrano:
“Sign of the Times was conceived in early October when I started to see what I perceived as a greater number of homeless people in New York City. As a native New Yorker, it surprised me because I had never seen so many people begging and sleeping on the streets. It occurred to me to start buying the signs that the homeless use to ask for money…”
[read more about project]
Five Farms: The farming families who are profiled in this project — they live in Massachusetts, North Carolina, Iowa, Arizona, and California — share their experiences in the audio stories and pictures on this website.
100 Words: Bonnie Briant On A Deviated Reality
Great piece by my former student Bonnie Briant on NPR’s The Picture Show
100 words plus 15 fantastic photos.
Do the Tippy Toe
and nice doc video from LA Weekly
Viewbook PhotoStory 2009 challenges conceptual and documentary photographers around the world to create compelling stories with a linear series of photographs in an online gallery. The annual online competition aims to discover inspiring, high-quality photo stories within the photography community and bring them to a broad audience. More info
Chang W. Lee, NY Times Staff Photographer and P&I Alum (1993)
Second Chance video storytelling project
Story about the project on the NYT Lens Blog
older NY Times multimedia project: Photographer’s Journal, 2002 -Afghanistan
(here you can see how technology has progressed for online multimedia)
More on Chang W. Lee on the NY Times Site
NYTimes on artist Hope Sandrow and her chickens
Exonerated, Freed, and What Happened Then
The Times interviewed 137 exonerated prisoners about their lives since leaving prison. The findings are presented, along with dozens of audio interviews and profiles.