Paul Graham, curator of But Still, It Turns, joins writer Rebecca Bengal across New York City to discuss the genesis of the book and how it studies and was shaped by time. They reflect on distinctions between photography and film, the time-warping effects of a global pandemic, and the ways an image can slow down, crystallise, or elide time altogether.
On Time: Paul Graham and Rebecca Bengal
Monday 10 May 2021
18:00 BST, London
13:00 EDT, New York
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Join us for a week of informal conversations on ‘But Still, It Turns’, curator Paul Graham’s revitalising manifesto for photography of the world-as-it-is. Over four days, the artists and writers will discuss the book's themes and provocations around the issues of Time, Place, Process, and Sequence.
Held in partnership with the International Center of Photography, in conjunction with ICP’s current exhibition, But Still, It Turns: Recent Photography from the World on view through August 15, 2021 in New York, New York.
About But Still, It Turns
But Still, It Turns is Paul Graham’s revitalising manifesto for photography from the world - a re-dedication to the tangle of reality. In this dynamic and diverse book, Graham curates 8 photographers' work: Vanessa Winship, Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa, RaMell Ross, Kristine Potter, Curran Hatleberg, Piergiorgio Casotti & Emanuele Brutti, Gregory Halpern and Richard Choi, together with essays by Graham, Rebecca Bengal and Ian Penman, all of which tease out a new, enlightening post-documentary form for photography.
Header image: RaMell Ross