This episode features takes on photography's past, present, and future. First up, we bring you an excerpt from "Is Photography Over?" a symposium hosted by SFMOMA in April 2010. Next, Corey Keller, SFMOMA's associate curator of Photography, introduces French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson and discusses Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century, the retrospective of his work on view at the museum through January 30, 2011. Then, Sandra Phillips, senior curator of Photography, and Rudolf Frieling, curator of Media Arts, present Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance, and the Camera since 1870, an exhibition that will be on view through April 17, 2011. Finally, we return to "Is Photography Over?" and hear a bit more from the artists, curators, and scholars who spoke at the symposium. This Artcast concludes with a recording of Wright Morris reading prose poetry he paired with his photographs.
Each SFMOMA Artcast brings you illuminating audio and video interviews with artists, curators, and visitors as they respond to the works on view and in the museum's collection.