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A conversation with photographer Dawoud Bey about “Class Pictures” and the Emory Project

Jul 20, 2010By REBECCA DIMLING COCHRANLast winter, the Emory University Visual Arts Gallery presented photographer Dawoud Bey’s traveling exhibition “Class Pictures,” which pairs striking portraits of high school students with text they have written. Now Bey, who is based in Chicago, is working on the Emory Project, a special photographic project commissioned by the university [...]

Dawoud Bey and Jessica Ingram @ PhotoAlliance this Friday

Character Project

You never know where artists will turn up…I don’t even have a TV but I was watching CSI Miami reruns at my sister’s house and saw a quick ad for USA Network’s Character Project, and who did I spy but Dawoud Bey in the mix: http://www.usanetwork.com/characterproject/#/photographers/Bey

New York City: In Focus

Dawoud Bey print of Barack Obama

Dear Friends:

I am today making available my commissioned portrait of Barack Obama, the next president of the United States. The photograph is printed in a signed and numbered limited edition.

Please see my new blog post for details: http://whatsgoingon-dawoudbeysblog.blogspot.com/

Dawoud

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  • CARLAGIRL PHOTO was founded on 14 February 1999 by Carla Willliams, a photographer, writer, and editor, born, raised and heading back to (yea!) Los Angeles, California.

    It was established with two goals: to be able to make my own work widely available for free, and to make accessible my research about artists of the African Diaspora, especially photographers, and in particular women. As it developed it grew to also include GLBTQ artists.

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