Join artist Lucien Samaha for a walk-through of A History of Digital Photography, an exhibition of photographs and cameras spanning the first three decades of digital photography. As one of the medium’s first adopters, Samaha will reflect on the potential he saw in digital photography as well as the effect it has had on photography today.
Lucien Samaha (b. 1958, Beirut) is a New York-based photographer whose work has been shown internationally, including in exhibitions at the Museum für Kunst, Frankfurt and at the Cooley Gallery, Reed College, Portland. He was a finalist for the 2004 Nam June Paik Award. After his time at TWA, Samaha worked for Eastman Kodak Company and then as a DJ on the 107th floor of the World Trade Center, continuing to document his hours at work and his personal life.
Please note, this program is held on our second and third floors. At this time, we do not have an elevator. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns regarding accessibility, or any other questions regarding this workshop.