On Sunday, November 1st, Ed will be teaming up with SocialDocumentary.net and speaking at the B&H; Event Space in Manhattan from 1 to 3 p.m. The topics of Ed’s lecture will touch upon his recent work from India, the Middle East, multimedia projects and his newest book, THREE, which will then tie into his history of advocacy photojournalism.
B&H’s Event Space offers free lectures and seminars from some of the leading professionals in the industry.
Wednesday the 4th, Ed will be at his showing of Aging in America at The Longboat Key Center for the Arts giving a lecture on his work. Following that on Thursday there will be a “Meet the Artist/Book Signing.” When The Longboat Key Center merged with Ringling College of Art and Design in 2007, a powerhouse in the world of visual art was made, so it’s worth saying that if you’re in the area, any exhibit of theirs is well worth attendance. We’re pretty excited and hope to see you there.
Also, November’s issue of PDN Magazine has a glowing review of THREE, Ed’s book of triptychs. The review describes the goal of THREE concisely, and seems to be very honest in its appraisal. We’d like to thank PDN , and direct you to check out their website to learn more about their publication, and maybe understand why we’re so happy with the review.
November 9th, Ed and Peter Maass, author of Crude World: The Violent Twilight of Oil, will be speaking at Strand Bookstore on the ramifications of the world’s pursuit of oil and terrible lengths we’re willing to go for it. The event will last from 7 to 8 p.m.
Lastly, Anastasia Photo, a terrific gallery in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, is currently showing some of Ed’s triptychs on their website, which are available for purchase. Ed will have an exhibition there sometime in 2010. More information to come.