Rethinking Winogrand

Sally Stein, Connie Hatch, and Marguerite Waller in conversation


California Museum of Photography

October 16, 2013 - December 31, 1969


Artists Talk

Wednesday, October 16, 2013, 5pm - 4pm

Free and open to the public

Over the course of the long 1960s, photographer Garry Winogrand shot the 85 images that would form his second book, Women Are Beautiful, published in 1975. His least popular project, it initially struggled to find a publisher, having been deemed too sexist even for Playboy to produce. Sally Stein, Professor Emeritus of Art History at UC Irvine, Connie Hatch, artist and faculty at CalArts, and Marguerite Waller, Professor and Chair of Women's Studies at UC Riverside, join Leslie Paprocki, Nicolette Rohr, and Carolyn Schutten, three of the curators of the exhibition Confessions* of a male chauvinist pig, to discuss Winogrand's controversial images of women in light of the charged sexual politics of that historical moment.