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 Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019

Spotlight: Creating Visuals for a Podcast About a 50-Year-Old Murder
By Varun Raghupathi
In 2015, Alabama journalists Andrew Beck Grace and Chip Brantley traveled to the city of Selma for NPR's White Lies podcast to investigate a decades-old murder. In 1965, Rev. James Reeb, a white civil rights activist, was beaten to death there by a group of white men for promoting rights for black Americans. Atlanta-based photographer and avid NPR listener Fernando Decillis got a chance to retrace and document Grace and Brantley's investigation. His images, which became key art for the podcast, were taken in the actual locations the two journalists worked. "They had a story for every place we visited," he says. Read the full story >>

Honor Roll: Recipients of $15K Aaron Siskind Foundation Grants
Aaron Siskind Foundation
Five photographers have been named recipients of the 2019 Aaron Siskind Foundation grants, which support photographers who "demonstrate a serious commitment to the field" and who are professionally active or employed in the field. The recipients - Elena Anosova (Moscow, Russia); Alice Bailey (Fairbanks, AK); Joshua Dudley Greer (Atlanta, GA); Leonard Suryajaya, (Chicago, IL); and Ka-Man Tse (Brooklyn, NY) - each receive $15,000. Read the full story >>

At Auction: Douglas Kirkland's "Marilyn" Photos (and Cam)
Fifty-eight years ago, acclaimed photographer Douglas Kirkland shot a series of iconic images of Marilyn Monroe draped in nothing but sheets. On Oct. 29, two 40-inch-by-60-inch limited-edition archival prints from that shoot, along with the 1959 Hasselblad 500C camera (no. 36980) used to shoot them, as well as two film-magazine backs and two Carl Zeiss lenses, will be put up for auction in The Exceptional Sale at Christie's New York. The seven-piece lot is expected to fetch between $200,000 and $300,000, notes Forbes. Read the full story >>

State of the Art: Athletes Fight Intimate "Block Cam" Views
A so-called "Block Cam" system of tiny cameras introduced at the recent world track and field championships in Qatar promised to "provide innovative angles on the competition." But, notes Fstoppers, the system captured views of "intimate areas" that made some athletes uncomfortable. As a result of complaints, block-cam footage was restricted. Read the full story >>

Insight: New Angles for Telling Immigration Stories
This past spring, New York Times photographer Todd Heisler boarded a Greyhound bus in Tucson with a Guatemalan family that had been caught after entering the U.S. illegally; pending a deportation hearing, they were headed to Nashville to live with relatives. Heisler's story, notes PDN, reflects how media coverage of immigration in the U.S. is evolving: With U.S. immigration policy mired in controversy, several big media outlets are investing heavily to tell compelling visual stories about immigration from every conceivable angle. Read the full story >>

State of the Art: Richard Prince Launches Cannabis Brand
Richard Prince continues to break new cultural ground: The artist's brand of marijuana, Katz +Dogg, is slated for distribution in Los Angeles at the luxury dispensary and delivery service MedMen, which Art News calls the "Apple Store of pot." The brand has been gaining notice with art-world appearances over the past year, with the Blum & Poe and Gagosian galleries hosting shows of Prince's art at which the product was presented. Read the full story >>

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