Filmed March 30, 2011, as part of CCA’s Photography Lecture Series, in Timken Lecture Hall on the San Francisco campus of California College of the Arts. NOT…
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Humans have been creating likenesses of each other for thousands of years, but with the introduction of photography, a new language developed for capturing t…
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26 Responses to Sophie Calle — Photography Lecture Series

  • Kiki Slapète says:

    Fascinante Sophie, comme toujours…

  • Gianna Mills says:

    Great lecture.

  • Joy John says:

    this was a horrible video

  • Ron Villejo says:

    Whether it’s a Selfie or an “Otherie,” we love a portrait, don’t we. 

  • Ron Villejo says:

    Whether it’s a Selfie or an “Otherie,” we love a portrait, don’t we.

  • Ron Villejo says:

    Whether it’s a Selfie or an “Otherie,” we love a portrait, don’t we.

  • Ron Villejo says:

    Whether it’s a Selfie or an “Otherie,” we love a portrait, don’t we.

  • Ron Villejo says:

    Whether it’s a Selfie or an “Otherie,” we love a portrait, don’t we.

  • Ron Villejo says:

    Whether it’s a Selfie or an “Otherie,” we love a portrait, don’t we.

  • Shree Vella Wedding Photography - Gold Coast, QLD says:

    Beautiful video on portrait photography

  • Tamara Ackerman says:

    PBS Digital Studios: The Art of Portrait Photography | Off Book | PBS
    Digital Studios. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw8cD5pQk

  • Neil Smalls says:

    Interesting look at portraiture

  • Gina Studer-Hunt says:

    View terrific photos while learning a little about the motivation behind,
    The Art of Portrait Photography.

  • Damien Willis says:

    This is simply spectacular, and makes me want to delve into portraiture.
    Hope you’ll take the time to watch it. 

  • Kwame Erzuah says:

    *The Art of Portrait Photography*
    *Humans have been creating likenesses of each other for thousands of years,
    but with the introduction of photography, a new language developed for
    capturing the human image. Photography created opportunities for not just
    for biography and documentation, but also depth, empathy, and
    experimentation. Many portrait photographers today elevate their work from
    mere photo to art, communicating ideas and capturing the human subject with
    dignity, all while exploring the meaning and potential of portraiture.*

  • Mary Brown says:

    Portraits are a form of personal storytelling…

  • Tomasz Chojnacki says:
  • Fabio Daniels Junior says:

    Dou-te graças, com toda alegria e com todas as forças , tua vontade de
    perfeição e saúde aconteceram em mim, em resposta ao meu pedido.

  • Henry Stradford says:
  • Hora Minutos says:

    “We are drawn to portraits because they are human & we’re human.” from The
    Art of Portrait Photography by +PBS Off Book 

  • José M Rhodes C says:
  • Muhammad Khairizal Hashim says:

    *The Art of Portrait Photography*
    *Humans have been creating likenesses of each other for thousands of years,
    but with the introduction of photography, a new language developed for
    capturing the human image. Photography created opportunities for not just
    for biography and documentation, but also depth, empathy, and
    experimentation. Many portrait photographers today elevate their work from
    mere photo to art, communicating ideas and capturing the human subject with
    dignity, all while exploring the meaning and potential of portraiture.*

  • de Martin de Viviés Alain says:

    *The Art of Portrait Photography*
    *Humans have been creating likenesses of each other for thousands of years,
    but with the introduction of photography, a new language developed for
    capturing the human image. Photography created opportunities for not just
    for biography and documentation, but also depth, empathy, and
    experimentation. Many portrait photographers today elevate their work from
    mere photo to art, communicating ideas and capturing the human subject with
    dignity, all while exploring the meaning and potential of portraiture.*

  • José Ernesto M. Midence says:

    *The Art of Portrait Photography*
    *Humans have been creating likenesses of each other for thousands of years,
    but with the introduction of photography, a new language developed for
    capturing the human image. Photography created opportunities for not just
    for biography and documentation, but also depth, empathy, and
    experimentation. Many portrait photographers today elevate their work from
    mere photo to art, communicating ideas and capturing the human subject with
    dignity, all while exploring the meaning and potential of portraiture.*

  • john beise says:

    *The Art of Portrait Photography*
    *Humans have been creating likenesses of each other for thousands of years,
    but with the introduction of photography, a new language developed for
    capturing the human image. Photography created opportunities for not just
    for biography and documentation, but also depth, empathy, and
    experimentation. Many portrait photographers today elevate their work from
    mere photo to art, communicating ideas and capturing the human subject with
    dignity, all while exploring the meaning and potential of portraiture.*

  • Creative Industries says:

    Ciekawy program na temat sztuki fotografii portretowej. 8 minut oglądania,
    które nie pójdzie na marne.

    #offbook #portraitphotography #photography 

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