Then, Now, Next

Then, Now, Next

Photoville Festival 2021 Sessions On-demand recordings are made possible thanks to our partner, PhotoWings 

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Drawing from past influences and inspirations, ICP’s Curator at Large, Isolde Brielmaier and photographer Dana Scruggs discuss the connections between the past, present, and future, and how they envision the impact of visual culture on issues of representation today.

ICP Curator at Large Isolde Brielmaier leads a conversation on the connections between the past, present, and future of imagemaking.

Thursday September 30

7:00PM EST

Online Event

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Presenter Bios

Dana Scruggs is an acclaimed photographer and Founder of SCRUGGS Magazine. Dana made history as the first Black female photographer to shoot an athlete for ESPN’s The Body Issue and as the first Black person to photograph the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. She subsequently photographed Megan Thee Stallion for the cover of TIME Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People issue, Mariah Carey for the cover of New York Magazine, and Spike Lee for Vanity Fair. Dana has a unique vision of the human form that continues to be utilized by brands and publications globally including Nike, Glossier, and The New York Times.

 

For over a decade Isolde Brielmaier has worked internationally as a curator and cultural strategist, collaborating with noted contemporary artists, art institutions, companies and individuals to position them in the center of culture via headlining projects, cultural programming, social impact initiatives and partnerships that contextualize each entity in meaningful ways to drive buzz and engagement. Her diverse experience and broad reach highlights her ability to integrate and customize a global aesthetic into multiple platforms including art, design, architecture, technology, scholarship, fashion, publishing, public and private real estate as well as philanthropy.

Currently, Brielmaier is the inaugural Curator-at-Large at the International Center for Photography (ICP) in New York City. After six years as Executive Director and Curator of Arts, Culture & Community at Westfield World Trade Center, she is now the national advisor for Unbail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW), a role in which she advises on artist projects and installations, cultural events, strategic and community partnerships across the organization. Isolde is also Professor of Critical Studies in Tisch’s Department of Photography, Imaging and Emerging Media at New York University, and continues to work on a range of cultural projects that bridge both the public and private sectors including commission based projects for Amazon Web Services, Smithsonian, and the Peninsula Hotel Group. She serves as Editor at Large at Air Mail, Graydon Carter’s new media venture and speaks regularly on topics related to art, culture and social impact.

Isolde has been profiled and featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Elle, Vogue, Modern Luxury, WNYC, CNN, The Washington Post, Galerie Magazine, Cultured, and Whitewall, among others.

Throughout her career, Brielmaier has collaborated with noted contemporary artists including Ellen Gallagher, Leonardo Drew, Richard Mosse, Ivan Navarro, Wangechi Mutu, Bill Viola, Fred Wilson, and Bharti Kher, to name a few. She has written extensively on contemporary art and culture, including several exhibition catalogues, journal articles as well as artist monographs. She has developed and contributed to contemporary art and culture programs and platforms for a broad range of organizations including Amazon (AWS), Peninsula Hotel Group, Valentino, LifeWater, COACH, Richard Meier Architects, SDS Procida, Versace, Moet Hennessy USA, Wilfredo Rosado, Gucci, New York magazine, the Prospect New Orleans biennial as well as the Armory Show/VOLTA NY, CIRCA, Puerto Rico, and ARCO Contemporary Art Fair in Madrid, Spain, among others.

Previously, Brielmaier has worked for the Guggenheim Museum, the Bronx Museum of Art, and as Chief Curator for the SCAD Museum of Art. In 2016, she was named to a three-year appointment as Curator-at-Large at the Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College and in December of 2016 she was named to the Board of Trustees of the New Museum. She is deeply committed to the promotion of social justice and human rights, specifically global women’s issues and criminal justice reform. Brielmaier  holds a PhD from Columbia University and lives in New York City.

Presenting Organization

The International Center of Photography (ICP) is the world’s leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture. Cornell Capa founded ICP in 1974 to champion “concerned photography”—socially and politically minded images that can educate and change the world. Through our exhibitions, education programs, community outreach, and public programs, ICP offers an open forum for dialogue about the power of the image.

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