10 A.M. | THE DECIDERS: CURATING PHOTOGRAPHY
Prominent curators from major U.S. and international museums talk about their methodology and how the growing demand for photography exhibitions has influenced their decisions.
Moderator: Lyle Rexer, faculty member, School of Visual Arts, New York; curator; critic
Speakers: Corey Keller, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Nissan Perez, Shpilman Institute for Photography, Tel Aviv; Jeff Rosenheim, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Johan Sjöström, Gothenburg Museum of Art, Sweden
12 NOON | LGBTQ/PHOTOGRAPHY
Photography is no stranger to campaigns for social awareness and change. This panel discusses photography’s role in serving LGBTQ visibility and equality.
Moderator: Chris Boot, executive director, Aperture Foundation, New York
Speakers: Philip Gefter, author and critic; Sunil Gupta, artist; Visiting Professor of Photography, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK; K8 Hardy, artist
2 P.M. | PERSPECTIVES ON COLLECTING
Collectors discuss the current photography market and what motivates them to continue to build their collections.
Moderator: Loring Knoblauch, founder and publisher, Collector Daily
Speakers: Fred and Laura Ruth Bidwell, Cleveland; Michael and Elizabeth Marcus, Boston; Artur Walther, New York
4 P.M. | FILM: EVERYBODY STREET
The filmmaker Cheryl Dunn screens her latest documentary, Everybody Street, featuring Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Joel Meyerowitz, and Mary Ellen Mark, among others. A Q+A will be held with director Cheryl Dunn and selected artists after the screening.
Moderator: Cheryl Dunn, filmmaker
Speakers: Jill Freedman, artist; Max Kozloff, writer and artist; Jeff Mermelstein, artist