FOCUS IRAN 2: A Conversation with Arpad Kovacs and Ramin Talaie Past

Sunday, Apr 2, 2017 - Los Angeles, CA, United States

Social (Media) Politics of Photography in the Digital Age
A Discussion with Arpad Kovacs & Ramin Talaie for Focus Iran 2: Contemporary Photography and Video.

Exhibition juror Arpad Kovacs, the Getty Museum assistant curator of photography, and Ramin Talaie, photographer and co-creator of the Instagram project Everyday Iran, host a conversation on contemporary photography, social media, and the politics of producing and sharing images in the digital age.

Sponsored by Farhang Foundation at the Craft & Folk Art Museum.

Space is limited, RSVP required: rsvp@cafam.org

Made possible by the generous support of our donors:
Presenting Donor: Gramian-Emrani Foundation
Lead Donors: Ali C. & Anousheh Razi, Michael Saei & Katy Saei
Major Donors: Shazad & Parisima Ghanbari, Roshi Rahnama, Farhad Mohit & Nushin Mohit

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