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The book Redwood Saw by Richard Rothman is a photographic narrative comprising landscapes, seascapes, portraits, and nudes shot in and around the small coastal town of Crescent City, California. “Redwood Saw is a book about the human loss of innocence, the worldly loss of wildness, and the consequential loss of freedom and hope that attend these conditions and that mark our times,” the photographer says. Richard Rothman will deliver a lecture about the book, followed by a book signing, on Wednesday 7th March at the School of the International Center of Photography (1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street).
THE PHOTOGRAPHERS LECTURE SERIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY PRESENTS RICHARD ROTHMAN
In a lecture about his acclaimed new monograph Redwood Saw, followed by a book signing, on Wednesday, March 7, 2012
A body of work made over a five-year period, Redwood Saw (Nazraeli Press) is a photographic narrative comprising landscapes, seascapes, portraits, and nudes shot in and around the small coastal town of Crescent City, California, the Pacific Ocean, and the northernmost reaches of old-growth redwood forest which border the town. Rothman will present work from the book and discuss the challenges and surprises that he encountered along the way. He will also talk about his earlier urban work, made in New York City and the surrounding suburbs, and his lifelong obsession with making pictures. (Moderated by Phillip S. Block.)
“Redwood Saw is a book about the human loss of innocence, the worldly loss of wildness, and the consequential loss of freedom and hope that attend these conditions and that mark our times.” - R.R.
Lecture and Book Signing
Wednesday, March 7th
School of the International Center of Photography
1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street (Southeast corner)
Register online or call 212-857-0001 for tickets
(tickets are $15 at the door)
Richard Rothman is a New York photographer whose work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the International Center of Photography, New York; the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris; the Brooklyn Museum; JGS - Joy of Giving Something; and the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona, Tucson. Rothman has had recent one-person exhibitions of Redwood Saw at the Robert Morat Galerie, Hamburg, Germany, and at the Museo MACAY, in Mérida, Mexico. Galerie f5,6, in Munich, will exhibit work from the project this spring. He is a member of the ICP faculty.