MENU
no
No Comments

ARCHIVE EPISODE: Today we chat with A. D. Coleman, photography critic and historian, about the history, legacy and controversy of the famous Robert Capa.  Known for his groundbreaking photography of the D-Day invasion in 1944, Capa is considered one the most important photographers of World War II.  Coleman has spent countless hours researching and discussing the very few photos of Capa’s Normandy landing as part of the Robert Capa D-Day Project.  The Project won and was nominated for many awards in 2014-16.  There are a lot more questions than answers and some concerns about authenticity of the stories around these photos.  Tune in for some big revelations and dig deeper on Coleman’s website filled with highly detailed explorations of every photo.

This is an archive episode with hosts Joe Giordano and Elena Volkova originally released in 2018.

Categories :

1 thought on “Episode 35: A. D. Coleman (Historical Photography)”

Leave a Reply

Related Posts

Episode 55: Godlis (Music Photography)
ARCHIVE EPISODE: David Godlis, aka Godlis, is one of the cornerstones documenting the punk music,
Episode 110: Jessica Gallagher (Documentary Photography)
Jessica Gallagher is a staff photojournalist currently working at the Baltimore Banner. She holds a
Episode 109: Amy Toensing & Matt Moyer (Documentary Film)
Amy Toensing began her professional career in 1994 as a staff photographer at her New
Episode 35: A. D. Coleman (Historical Photography & Criticism)
ARCHIVE EPISODE: To coincide with the anniversary of D-Day, we bring back an episode with
Episode 108: Andre Chung (Filmmaker)
An award-winning photojournalist and portrait photographer, André Chung creates dynamic portraits, captures decisive moments and
Episode 107: Peter van Agtmael (Conflict Photography)
Peter van Agtmael was born in Washington DC in 1981. He graduated from Yale University
Episode 106: Ada Trillo (Documentary Photography)
Today’s guest is Ada Trillo a queer, first-generation Mexican-American artist who merges documentary and fine
Episode 105: Kristi Odom (Conservation Photographer)
 Conservation photographer and Filmmaker, Kristi Odom, has worked in some of the earth’s most remote
Episode 104: Wendel White (Documentary Photography)
Wendel White. Photo Credit: Carmela Cólon-White   Newark, New Jersey native Wendel White has made significant
Episode 103: Phillip Toledano (AI and Art Photography)
Phillip Toledano. Source: LensCulture A self-described conceptual artist, Phillip Toledano is an acclaimed creative known
[vw_podcast_player_shortcode]