Marvin Heiferman on Seeing Science
Tuesday, October 1
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Please join us at the SVA Amphitheater for an author talk with Marvin Heiferman, author of Seeing Science: How Photography Reveals the Universe, which explores photography’s role in visualizing science and building human knowledge—from micro to macro levels and everything in between.
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Marvin Heiferman organizes exhibitions, web-based projects, and publications about photography and visual culture for institutions that have included the Museum of Modern Art, Smithsonian Institution, International Center of Photography, Whitney Museum of American Art, P.S. 1 Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art, and the New Museum. Earlier in his career, as a gallerist and artist representative, Heiferman worked closely with a wide range of artists and photographers including Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, Nan Goldin, Peter Hujar, and Richard Prince, among others. He has written for museums, galleries, publications, blogs, and magazines including The New York Times, Gagosian Gallery, CNN, Artforum, Design Observer, Aperture, Art in America, and BOMB. The author of 15 books including Photography Changes Everything (2012), Heiferman’s most recent publication, Seeing Science, explores the intertwining of science, photography, and visual culture and was published in May.