In Photography After Frank (Aperture, June 2009) former New York Times writer and picture editor Philip Gefter presents the tale of contemporary photography, starting with a pivotal moment: Robert Frank's seminal work in the 1950s. Along the way, he connects the dots of photography's transformation into what it is today. The book includes texts written exclusively for this publication, as well as essays drawn from Gefter's critical writings, reviews, and even obituaries. Join Gefter for a discussion and book signing to celebrate the release of this new and highly anticipated Aperture publication.
Philip Gefter was on staff at the New York Times for more than fifteen years where his roles included page one picture editor and senior picture editor for culture. Early in his career Gefter was a picture editor at Fortune and an assistant editor at Aperture. He writes regularly about photography for the Times and other publications.
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