Una Vida En Photos: Spanish version of Joanne’s short film A Life in Pictures
There is now a Spanish version of Joanne’s film “A Life in Pictures” – her own voice narrating in Spanish – you can type in “Una Vida en Photos” at YouTube or go to this link
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
, January 16 - June 27, 2010
Just as photography has been instrumental in shaping California's popular image, the state — and San Francisco, in particular — has played a key role in the history of photography as an art form. Reflecting this unusually symbiotic relationship, SFMOMA was one of the first museums in the country to treat photography as an equal to painting and sculpture. In celebration of the museum's 75 years of engagement with the medium, this exhibition explores the variety and vitality of California's photographic tradition from the 1840s to the present. Drawn from the SFMOMA collection, it includes Gold Rush-era daguerreotypes and early panoramas of San Francisco, pictures by members of the influential Group f.64, street and documentary photographs, conceptual work from the 1970s, and contemporary photographs. Artists include Ansel Adams, Lewis Baltz, Dorothea Lange, Joanne Leonard, Ed Ruscha, Larry Sultan, Carleton Watkins, Carrie Mae Weems, and many others.
Joanne will be a presenter at:
Life Writing and Intimate Publics Conference, June 2010
Meeting of the International Auto/Biography Association (IABA) in Sussex, England, at the University of Sussex
Oakland Museum of California
Featured at The Picture Show, NPR
A 10 minute Emmy-nominated film with narration from BEING IN PICTURES is at:
"Q & A" pdf and a "Look Inside" feature are available at the University of Michigan Press web site
Inclusion at the wonderful blog of writer Leah Hager Cohen,
Love as a Found Object
An Online book review at Lens Culture
Joanne Leonard was interviewed on American Public Media's The Story with Dick Gordon on August 21, 2007.
to view the photograph Dick Gordon and Joanne Leonard discuss.
The Scholar Feminist On Line, a web publication of New York's Barnard Center for Research on Women (34 images and lecture script) http://www.barnard.edu/sfonline/cf/leonard.htm
Modern Fiction Studies-An illustrated text excerpt http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/modern_fiction_studies/v040/40.3leonard.html
University of Michigan School of Art & Design Joanne Leonard - Website and Bio
Joanne’s cover for album by London Suede (at Amazon and in album review)
Eleanor Rubin, Joanne Leonard's twinsister (Elly) is a Boston Area Artist. http://www.ellyrubin.com
Barbara Handelman, Joanne Leonard's younger sister is a photographer as well as a therapist, and dog trainer. Her book, Canine Behavior: A Photo-Illustrated Handbook, and other publications are available at www.woofandwordpress.com
© 2007 Joanne Leonard
site design: Catherine M.