Ken Miller is a writer, editor, consultant and curator. After spending six years editing Tokion, he has moved on to curatorial consulting and curating. One of the things I find most interesting is that his projects tend to be serious in scope and multi-faceted. His book project Shoot: Photography of the Moment (Rizzoli) featured work [...]
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On Thursday, May 12 we celebrated the launch of Dossier Issue No. 7 on the roof deck at the New Museum with the support of Vans, music by Chris Taylor of Grizzly Bear and Neon Indian, drinks by Kombucha Brooklyn, limited edition totes bags by Pamela Love and Caris Reid and a showing of the [...]
Secrets, a group photography show Alec and I curated, opened in LA just before Halloween. The show features 38 photographers’ idea of what constitutes a secret. It will be on view though November 14 at Space 1520 at 1520 Cahuenga. If you don’t have a chance to see it, you can also pick up the [...]
Younger Than I’ll Be, a group photography show I curated, is opening Wednesday, April 7 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. It’s the first show I’ve curated, and I can’t tell you yet how it looks because I’m going to hang it tomorrow. What I can tell you that it’s about New York as it [...]
Our friend and Dossier contributer Marcelo Gomes was selected to be a part of PDN’s 30 Photographers To Watch. The Issue should be on news stands now.