Kathy Ryan: Office Romance
Photographs from Inside the New York Times Building
Photographs by Kathy Ryan. Text by Kathy Ryan. Introduction by Renzo Piano.
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Kathy Ryan, the long-term Director of Photography at "The New York Times Magazine," has been a pioneer at combining fine-art photography and photojournalism in the pages of the "Magazine." During this time, the "Magazine" has been recognized with numerous photography awards, including National Magazine Awards in both 2011 and 2012. In 2012, Ryan received the Royal Photographic Society's annual award for Outstanding Service to Photography. Under Ryan's leadership, the "Magazine" commissions the world's best photographers, a selection of which was published in "The New York Times Magazine Photographs" (Aperture, 2011), edited by Ryan. Ryan also lectures on photography (she gave the 2012 Karsh Lecture in Photography at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) and serves as a mentor at the School of Visual Arts.
Number of pages: 160
Publication date: 2014-11-01
Measurements: 5.4 x 8.3 x 0.8 inches
This collection of iPhone photos-which Ryan snapped in and around her workplace at The New York Times and then posted on Instagram-examine the play of light and shadow inside and outside the office building. Other images arfully home in the accoutrements of work: sticky notes, computer monitors, X-acto knives and of course, people. Ryan writes that she’s not a photographer; we’re not buying it.–Meg Ryan”American Photo” (11/01/2014)
Kathy Ryan is the longtime director of photography at The New York Times Magazine. During her time there, the magazine has been recognized with numerous photography awards, including two Emmy Awards and National Magazine Awards in 2011 and 2012. Ryan has received the Royal Photographic Society’s annual award for Outstanding Service to Photography, and the Picture Editor of the Year award at
Visa pour l’Image. She has curated exhibitions, lectured on photography extensively, and is the author and editor of The New York Times Magazine Photographs (Aperture, 2011).
Renzo Piano is one of the world’s leading architects. His notable buildings include Centre Pompidou, Paris (1977); Kansai International Airport, Osaka, Japan (1994); Parco della Musica, Rome (2002); Art Institute of Chicago (2009); The Shard, London (2012); The New York Times Building, and the new Whitney Museum of American Art (2015). In 2006, TIME magazine called Piano one of the one hundred most influential people in the world.