Tag: Jim Goldberg

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Another Life: Jim Goldberg & Iryna Tsilyk’s Publication for Ukraine

    Juxtapoz Magazine - Another Life: Jim Goldberg & Iryna Tsilyk's Publication for Ukraine

    Juxtapoz Magazine – Another Life: Jim Goldberg & Iryna Tsilyk’s Publication for Ukraine

    In 2005 Jim Goldberg traveled to Ukraine as part of a project which explored migration, at the start of the new millennium. For Another Life a new fun…

    Link: https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/another-life-jim-goldberg-iryna-tsilyk-s-publication-for-ukraine/

    In 2005 Jim Goldberg traveled to Ukraine as part of a project which explored migration, at the start of the new millennium. For Another Life a new fundraising publication available via Stanley/Barker, Goldberg revisits his work from the time, alongside Ukrainian writer, and filmmaker Iryna Tsilyk.

  • Blind – Magnum Photos Presents “Storytelling For Impact,” an Online Seminar

    Magnum Photos Presents “Storytelling For Impact,” an Online Seminar
    In a new four-part webinar, Magnum Photos brings together Colby Deal, Jim Goldberg, and Rafal Milach along with advocates, leaders, and grant-makers to help photographers in the fight for social change.
  • Blind – Tracing the Roots of Jim Goldberg’s Epic “Raised by Wolves”

    Tracing the Roots of Jim Goldberg’s Epic “Raised by Wolves”
    In Fingerprints, Jim Goldberg shares a selection of never-before-seen Polaroids that served as drafts for photographs he later created for the landmark book Raised by Wolves.
  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Sheltering in Place: Ideas From “The Photographer’s Playbook”

    https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/sheltering-in-place-ideas-from-the-photographer-s-playbook/
    Edited by Jason Fulford and Gregory Halpern and published by Aperture, The Photographer’s Playbook contains advice, exercises and insight from John Baldessari, Tim Barber, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Jim Goldberg, Miranda July, Susan Meiselas, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Stephen Shore, Alec Soth, Mark Steinmetz, Roger Ballen, David Campany, Asger Carlson, Ari Marcopoulos, Todd Hido, and many more. —Text compiled by Alex Nicholson
  • Trump Revolution: Immigration – British Journal of Photography

    https://www.bjp-online.com/2020/03/trump-revolution-immigration-bronx-documentary-center/
    Featuring work by eight artists, and a new project from Magnum Photos, the first in a series of exhibitions at the Bronx Documentary Center examines America’s political transformation since Trump’s regressive immigration policies
  • New Haven’s Dashed American Dream | The New Yorker

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    New Haven’s Dashed American Dream | The New Yorker

    As a young man, Jim Goldberg, the acclaimed Magnum photographer, had an ambition: “to get out of New Haven as soon as I could.” As he explains in his vivid new photographic memoir, “Candy,” the Goldberg family business was candy distribution, and New Haven during his childhood, in the nineteen-fifties and sixties, was an old American port city hustling into the future. The so-called Model City for urban renewal had an ambitious mayor, Richard Lee, who hoped to create the country’s first “slumless city.” Money and ideas poured into town like syrup, which then crusted over into new buildings and reconfigured neighborhoods notably lacking in beauty or communal cohesion. There were seizures, riots, flight, industry gone to rust, chronic poverty—the full box of urban bittersweet. Lee’s own verdict, years later, was, “If New Haven is a model city, God help America’s cities.”

  • Photos of India’s Religious Hermits and Runaway Teenagers from the Streets of San Francisco and LA – VICE

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    Photos of India’s Religious Hermits and Runaway Teenagers from the Streets of San Francisco and LA – VICE

    Photographers Nishant Shukla and Jim Goldberg share their work in our annual photo issue.

  • Jim Goldberg, The Last Son – The Eye of Photography

    Jim Goldberg, The Last Son

    In The Last Son, Jim Goldberg, born in 1953, talks about his complicated childhood being the youngest son, born long after his older siblings and confronted with a depressed and chronically ill father

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – A look inside Jim Goldberg’s “The Last Son”

    A look inside Jim Goldberg’s “The Last Son”

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    Through the years, all of Jim Goldberg’s publishing endeavors have been worthy of attention, dating back to his seminal and highly collectable 1995 title Raised by Wolves. With each effort, Goldberg builds brilliant narrative stories, unconventional in presentation and deeply personal.

  • Still Rich and Poor | PDN Photo of the Day

    Still Rich and Poor

    Photographer Jim Goldberg and publisher Gerhard Steidl probably had current socioeconomic realities in mind when they made the decision to revise and reprint Goldberg’s Rich and Poor, which contrasts portraits of San Francisco’s elite with portraits of its poorest citizens

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – A look inside Jim Goldberg’s “Rich and Poor

    Jux jim goldberg rich and poor 1A look inside Jim Goldberg’s “Rich and Poor

    In his republished book Rich and Poor (originally published in 1985), Goldberg reflects on how little has changed other than the faces and that the living conditions are even more tenuous and hopeless than before. Shot during 1977 to 1985 in San Francisco, Goldberg documented the wealthy and impoverished, believing “that once people saw what was happening, than we, as a society, would fix it,” says the photographer

  • A Guide to the Best Spring/Summer Photo Books


    Link: TIME Special Preview: A Guide to the Best Spring/Summer Photo Books – LightBox

    LightBox presents a special preview of the season’s best photography books, featuring releases as varied as a monograph on Danny Lyon; inspired contemporary work by Richard Renaldi; a poignant reflection on the lingering anxieties of war by Peter van Agtmael; and a re-envisioned edition of Jim Goldberg’s groundbreaking 1985 book, Rich and Poor.

  • Jim Goldberg: Postcards from America, Magnum Miami

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    Link: Jim Goldberg: Postcards from America, Magnum Miami « The Leica Camera

    Magnum Miami’s purpose is to examine the citizens of Florida around the time of the U.S. presidential election. It is part of  the Postcards from America  project where Magnum photographers have come together to work collaboratively. Previously, we’ve featured Mikhael Subotzky and Bruce Gilden’s reportage. In this next installment, Jim Goldberg discusses his participation in the project.

  • High and Low: Jim Goldberg’s Works in Process

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    Link: High and Low: Jim Goldberg’s Works in Process – LightBox

    Although a photographer’s process is integral to his/her work, it is often a carefully guarded secret. Most photographers tend to keep the development of their work to themselves, sometimes choosing to seek counsel only from a small circle of trusted friends. It comes as a surprise, then, to find Magnum photographer Jim Goldberg’s reworked sketches, videos and maquettes of his groundbreaking books openly shared online

  • A Postcard From Rochester

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    Link: LITTLE BROWN MUSHROOM

    Ten Magnum photographers will be working in Rochester. Two of these photographers have already gotten started. A couple weeks ago, Alessandra Sanguinetti and Jim Goldberg picked up Uncle Jackson in Oakland and began driving to Rochester. You can see some pictures from their trip here. On their way, Alessandra and Jim picked me up in Minnesota. Later today we’ll be joining Bruce Gilden, Susan Meiselas, Martin Parr, Paolo Pellegrin, Larry Towell, Alex Webb, and Donovan Wylie in Rochester. For two weeks we’ll be living together and working together.

  • Jim Goldberg and the Struggle of Photographic Storytelling

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    Here is a photographer who is really struggling with the medium photography, trying to make it tell the story he wants to tell. To make this clear, by “struggling” I mean a very creative struggle. Maybe “wrestling” would be a better word (if a grown man could wrestle with an abstract concept): Trying to make the medium express something, by bending and twisting and augmenting it.

  • Postcards From America: Five Photographers, a Writer, Two Weeks and a Bus

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    Magnum Photographers Alec Soth, Jim Goldberg, Susan Meiselas, Paolo Pellegrin, Mikhael Subotsky, and writer Ginger Strand are a bunch of friends going on a homespun adventure; a two week road trip, from May 11-26, across America. Rather than a super group on a stadium tour, the Postcards From America trip will be more in the spirit of a band going back to a small venue tour — a tour where they have to drive their own van and haul their own gear.

    Link: Postcards From America: Five Photographers, a Writer, Two Weeks and a Bus – LightBox
  • Jim Goldberg wins Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2011

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    Jim Goldberg of Magnum has won the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2011, which comes with a £30,000 cash prize

    Link: Jim Goldberg wins Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2011 – British Journal of Photography
  • Postcards From America

    This May, I’m going to be joining four other photographers (Jim Goldberg, Susan Meiselas, Chris Anderson, Mikhael Subotzky) and the writer Ginger Strand for a two week road trip from San Antonio to Oakland. This is a unique project for Magnum. We are working collaboratively and are hoping to engage much more directly with our audience. At the beginning of the trip we will be doing a public event at the Harry Ransom Center in Austin. And at the end we’re going to do a pop-up exhibition somewhere in Oakland.

    Link: Postcards From America « LITTLE BROWN MUSHROOM BLOG
  • Shortlist released for Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2011 – British Journal of Photography

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    Photographers Thomas Demand, Roe Ethridge, Jim Goldberg and Elad Lassry have been shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2011, one of the key events of the photographic calendar in the UK

    Link: Shortlist released for Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2011 – British Journal of Photography