online audio clips and shows
The J. Paul Getty Museum web site offers:
Focus: Picturing Landscape an exhibit held May 22 - October 7,
2012 at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Includes illustrated checklist, audio
clips. Accessed 12/14
Ann Callis: Woman Twirling an exhibit held March 31 - August 9,
2009 at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Includes audio clips. Accessed 12/14
Outerbridge: Command Performance an exhibit held March 31 - August
9, 2009 at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Includes audio clips. Accessed 12/14
- The page
for the exhibition Three Roads Taken: The Photographs of Paul Strand,
showing May 10 - September 4, 2005, an audio clip explains how Strand incorporated
modernist ideas into "Still Life with Pear." Other clips talk
about Strand's message in "Blind Woman," the photographer's interest
in rural Scotland in the photograph titled "White Horse, South Uist,"
and how strand created the image "Seated Man, Uruapan del Progreso
- The page
for the exhibit The Photographs of Frederick Sommer: A Centennial Tribute,
showing May 10 - September 4, 2005, contains three audio clips interpreting
the photographer's images.
- The page
for the photography exhibit Close to Home: An American Album showing
October 12, 2004 - January 16, 2005 contains an audio clip with curator
Weston Naef introducing the exhibition.
KCRW, a radio station broadcasting throughout Southern California offers:
Photography at the Getty which aired on on.Tuesday, May 10, 2005
Baylor University Art Museums, Martin Museum of Art offers podcasts
- Rebecca Senf lecture, recorded on September 26th,
2013 regarding Ansel Adams: Environmentalism Born of Experience.
Accessed July, 2015
The National Gallery of Art web site offers:
Watkins: The Art of Perception. Sarah Greenough, curator of photographs,
talks about works by celebrated nineteenth-century photographer Carleton
Watkins, on view in the first major exhibition of Watkin's work in 20 years.
Aired March 11, 2000. (description courtesy NGA)
National Public Radio provides through its Programs
Op: John Szarkowski's Art Vision from Day to Day, February 10,
Geographic Portraits in Focus by Alex Chadwick, from Day to Day,
November 14, 2004
Photos of Edward Weston from Morning Edition, August 8, 2003
Bourke-White's Photography of Design, February 26, 2003 with links
also to "Susan Stamberg reports on a Margaret Bourke-White retrospective
exhibit in New York" (February 28, 1998) and "Stamberg interviews
Vicki Goldberg, author of Margaret Bourke-White, A Biography"
(June 16, 1986)
Smithsonian American Art Museum presents
the West: The Survey Photographs of Timothy H. O'Sullivan, February
12, 2010 - May 9, 2010: podcast (illustrated audio) about the exhibition
The WGBH/Boston Forum Network Archives contains a series of 22 original
WGBH/FM radio essays by leading thinkers in the 20th Century on the nature
of creativeness in American arts, sciences, and professions. One of the
essays is titled
Method: Edward Steichen on Photography, with Lyman Bryson interviewing
Edward Steichen, photographer and painter. [December 31, 1969]
TFAO also suggests:
Resource Library articles and essays on American
photography: 18-19th Century,
19-20th Century, 20-21st Century
Texts on American photography from other
Online videos on American
DVD or VHS videos on American
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