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Tod Papageorge

Museum Exhibition Catalogues, Monographs, Artist's Projects, Curatorial Writings and Essays


Tod Papageorge, born in 1940 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, earned his BA in English literature from the University of New Hampshire in 1962, where he began taking photographs during his last semester. Often compared to Garry Winogrand and Robert Frank, and grouped with major figures of 70s photography like Stephen Shore and William Eggleston, he is the recipient of two Guggenheim Fellowships and two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships. In 1979, Papageorge was named Yale University's Walker Evans Professor of Photography and Director of Graduate Studies in Photography, positions he continues to hold today. He is represented in New York by Pace/Macgill Gallery.

  

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Tod Papageorge: Seeing Things, New York 1966–1967

Text by David Campany.

Hbk, 11.75 x 12 in. / 136 pgs / 60 color. | 11/22/2016 | Awaiting stock
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Tod Papageorge: Opera Città

Essay by Marco Delogu.

Hbk, 6.25 x 8.5 in. / 48 pgs / 21 color. | 7/31/2011 | In stock
ISBN 9788895410241 | $62.00


Core Curriculum

By Tod Papageorge.

Flexi, 6 x 8.5 in. / 208 pgs / 3 color / 33 bw. | 7/31/2011 | In stock
ISBN 9781597111720 | $29.95


Tod Papageorge: American Sports, 1970

Hardcover, 11.75 x 10 in. / 128 pgs / 75 tritone. | 1/1/2008 | In stock
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Tod Papageorge: Seeing Things, New York 1966–1967Tod Papageorge: Seeing Things, New York 1966–1967

Published by Steidl/Pace MacGill.
Text by David Campany.

Tod Papageorge: Seeing Things, New York 1966–1967 documents a brief but critical moment in the photographer's early career, the two years Papageorge shot in color in New York in the late 1960s. Black-and-white photography was still the "serious" medium, and color reserved for commercial applications; Papageorge--25 years old and newly arrived in New York City--was encouraged by his fellow photographers to seek paying magazine work by developing a body of work in color. In some ways it was a failed experiment: Papageorge mostly approached color in the same way as he approached black and white, except that he also began to intuitively produce still-life pictures with little commercial appeal, spotlighting canned hams in shop windows and political posters. But color offered Papageorge the opportunity to work in a new medium at a time of great social, political and cultural change. "I’d like to think that, in Seeing Things, New York 1966–1967, you’ll find a persuasive account of what it meant for me to be free with a Leica in the streets of my newly adopted home of Manhattan," writes Papageorge, "a record drawn with Kodachrome film and its rich, saturated colors."
Tod Papageorge (born 1940) picked up photography for the first time as a student at the University of New Hampshire. He is the recipient of two Guggenheim Fellowships and two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships. From 1979 to 2013 Papageorge served as Yale University’s Walker Evans Professor of Photography and Director of Graduate Study in Photography.

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Tod Papageorge: Opera CittàTod Papageorge: Opera Città

FotoGrafia 2010 Rome Commission

Published by Punctum.
Essay by Marco Delogu.

In Opera Città, Tod Papageorge pays homage to Rome and the act of flanerie. He strolled though the city, at first without any aim, and then almost systematically, through various neighborhoods, parks, train stations, suburban avenues and the city center. Through his lens, the much-photographed city could be any urban area, filled with ordinary people living their lives.

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Core CurriculumCore Curriculum

Writings on Photography

Published by Aperture.
By Tod Papageorge.

Core Curriculum: Writings on Photography is the long-awaited collection of essays, reviews and lectures by Tod Papageorge, one of the most influential voices in photography today. As a photographer and the Walker Evans Professor of Photography at the Yale University School of Art, Papageorge has shaped the work and thought of generations of artist-photographers, and, through his critical writings--some of which have gained a cult following through online postings--he has earned a reputation as an unusually eloquent and illuminating guide to the work of many of the most important figures in twentieth-century photography. Among the artists Papageorge discusses in this essential volume are Eugène Atget, Brassaï, Robert Frank (with Walker Evans), Robert Adams and his close friend Garry Winogrand. The book also includes texts that examine the more general questions of photography's relationship to poetry, and how the evolution of the medium's early technologies led to the twentieth- century creation of the artist-photographer. Among the previously unpublished pieces in Core Curriculum are an unfinished poem written in response to Susan Sontag's On Photography, a profile of Josef Koudelka and a commencement speech delivered at the Yale School of Art in 2004. Core Curriculum also includes a number of interviews with this esteemed photographer/teacher/ author, ranging in topic from his own photographic work and background in poetry to his energetic observations on the art of photography.
Tod Papageorge (born 1940) earned his BA in English literature from the University of New Hampshire in 1962, where he began taking photographs during his last semester. He is the recipient of two Guggenheim Fellowships and two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships. In 1979, Papageorge was named Yale University's Walker Evans Professor of Photography and director of graduate studies in photography, both positions he continues to hold today.

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Tod Papageorge: American Sports, 1970Tod Papageorge: American Sports, 1970

Or How We Spent the War in Vietnam

Published by Aperture.

Coolly observational yet intensely engaging, the immensely influential American photographer Tod Papageorge's American Sports, 1970 draws a subtle but sharp parallel between the war in Vietnam and the American attitude toward spectator sports during a time of conflict. In 1970, a watershed year for popular opinion against the war, Papageorge was awarded a Guggenheim Foundation grant. His ostensible subject--sports and its role in American life--quickly became charged with the political, racial and sexual conflicts ignited by the war. Each and every picture is electric with disquiet. Military men in uniform parade across a field or relax in the stands. Cheerleaders rehearse beneath the gaze of the police. A couple sprawls and embraces in the debris of the Indianapolis 500. And hundreds of fans are drawn in unsettling group portraits at various stadiums and in the stands of many classic American sporting events.
Papageorge eloquently and palpably captures the civic and psychic distress of the time on the faces of his subjects and in their gestures and interactions. This is a remarkable, unexpected body of work--published here for the first time--by an artist and teacher who has shaped the creative efforts of many of the most influential American photographers of the past three decades.

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