Internationally renowned photographer and DU alumni Duane Michals discusses his eight-decade life and career as a self-described "expressionist." Blurring the lines between photography and philosophy, Michal's imagery encompasses iconic text-and-image sequences, commercial portraiture, and most recently Japanese-inspired compositions coupled with Haiku poetry.
ASL translation will be provided.
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Sponsored by the Photography Department at the Denver Art Museum, University of Denver School of Art & Art History, and Colorado Photographic Arts Center.
Image credit: Duane Michals, The Bogeyman (detail), 1973. Denver Art Museum: General Service Foundation Funds, 1980.104. © Duane Michals.