Forests of Memory: Eduardo Cadava on Marcelo Brodsky's Photographs

Eduardo Cadava will lecture on Marcelo Brodsky’s photographs. He is a prominent contemporary American literary and philosophical critic and thinker. His books include Words of Light: Theses on the Photography of History (Princeton University Press, 1997) and Emerson and the Climates of History (Stanford University Press, 1997).

Marcelo Brodsky is an Argentine photographer who is well known for his image working dealing with the legacy of the dictatorship. Brodsky's images often take everyday objects and rework them to show their significance to memory. He is best known for "Buena Memoria" ("Good Memory") in memory of his murdered school friends and his missing brother.

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Date: Past Event
Location: Room 1501 International Affairs Building: 420 West 118th St