EP19: Brian Ulrich


Exploring post 9/11 America through retail spaces, this week we discuss consumerism and photographing the ubiquitous with Brian Ulrich.

Brian Ulrich’s work focuses on consumer culture, retail spaces , and commercialism as it plays out in the landscape of America. His works been featured in a long list of museums and publications: Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, The New York Public Library, Time Magazine, Vice, Mother Jones, and more. Additionally, he is a recipient of a 2009 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, and an associate professor at the Rhode Island School of Design for photography. You can find his books, Is This Place Great or What, and Retail Relics and Ephemera, here.

EP11: Amy Davis

 

How newspaper photography has changed in recent decades, and exploring Baltimore’s forgotten movie theaters with Amy Davis.

Amy Davis has been a staff photographer at the Baltimore Sun newspaper since 1987, photographing a wide range of subjects and stories of life in Baltimore city. Her book ,Flickering Treasures: Rediscovering Baltimore’s Forgotten Movie Theaters, is a chronicle of Baltimore’s historic and ever- changing movie theaters over the past century.

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