Renowned photographer Dan Winters shares images and experiences from his first book, Periodical Phot
May 28, 2009
The Future Forum presents Austin resident, Dan Winters, discussing the publication of his first book, introduced by T. J. Tucker, Art Director for Texas Monthly magazine.
Thursday, June 4, 2009, 6:30 p.m., Copies of Periodical Photographs will be for sale and Winters will sign copies following the presentation.
LBJ Library and Museum, 2313 Red River St., 10th Floor Atrium
Open, free-of-charge to Future Forum members and the general public. Please RSVP to [email protected]
He has photographed Barack Obama, Al Gore, Willie Nelson, Kate Winslet, and Sandra Bullock, among others. Known for the broad range of subject matter he is able to interpret, Winters is widely recognized for his celebrity portraiture, scientific photography, photographic illustrations, and photojournalist stories. He has won more than 100 national and international awards for his work, including the Alfred Eisenstadt Award for Magazine Photography and the First Place World Press Photo Award. Kodak honored him as an "icon" in its biographical "Legends" series.
Winters and his family live in Austin and Los Angeles. Central Texans have the opportunity to meet Winters just before he opens a new exhibition of his photographs in Los Angeles this summer. His photos are currently included in the permanent collections at the Harry Ransom Center and the Houston Museum of Fine Arts. Claire O'Neill described the photographs in Winters' book for NPR in May 2009, "Stripped of fashion and styling, and minimally retouched, they're known for their timelessness. But the rest of his portfolio reveals an appreciation for -and deep understanding of - American culture."
Winters' work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, GQ, The New Yorker, Fortune, Entertainment Weekly, Texas Monthly, Rolling Stone, and many others. His clients include Nike, Microsoft, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Sony, Bose, Saturn, Warner Brothers, Dreamworks, and Paramount.
Periodical Photographs is published by Aperture, forward by Lynn Hirschberg, editor-at-large for the New York Times Magazine.
Founded in 2002, the Future Forum is an active membership organization of the LBJ Library & Museum. The purpose of the Future Forum is to encourage the participation in the Library and its activities, engage members in active dialogue about current events, and encourage greater civic involvement in the community. Details about other Future Forum programs and membership rates are available at www.lbjfutureforum.org.