Interviewed in Revolution

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Alan Goodman of Revolution newspaper stopped by my studio and interviewed me about the walk-in panorama I created about Mike Brown and Ferguson.

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Bushwick Open Studios, June 2015

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In May I wen to Ferguson to photograph, with images of the riots from the nightly news still vivid. I found something very different. On the yellow line where Michael Brown dies was a makeshift memorial made of hundreds of stuffed animals, flowers and notes. I created a 360 degree, walk-in panoramic photo that let people step into Ferguson.

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PAPER JAM: Exploring Visual Strategies for Social Concern

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In May I exhibited some new work titled, “Un-shredded,” at EyeWash at Schema Projects. I “acquired” a bag of shredded paper that was left outside for recycling by the police and reassembled parts of it. Even the privacy of the police isn’t guaranteed.
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New Gallery: Red Hook Grain Elevator Silos

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Current issue of Rutgers Magazine

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Artnet listed my studio as one to visit for Bushwick Open Studios

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I showed photos of the ruins from the 1964/65 New York World’s Fair as well as images from my Greystone Park project.artnet2

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Wardy Forty is a PDN Annual award winner in Photo Books

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PDN Photo Annual, out on newstands now:
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Exhibit and Talk in Tulsa

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I jus returned from Tulsa, where photographs of my book were exhibited at Tulsa Community College and I was a resident artist for the week. I had a great time guest lecturing in a photo class, and taking a group of students and local artists around a deserted section of Tulsa for a photo field trip. Then to top it off I gave a talk at the Woody Guthrie Center. And then left before the temperature hit the 90s!

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Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter John Fullbright performed at the opening at Tulsa Community College under the watchful eye of Woody Guthrie (left). My photo exhibit to the right.

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Signing books alongside Woody Guthrie’s granddaughter Anna (photo courtesy of Tulsa Community College).

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My opening remarks at the reception. I wasn’t used to not showing photographs and just having to talk (photo courtesy of Tulsa Community College).

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Part of the exhibition of photographs from my book, “Wardy Forty.” They did an amazing job hanging the show (photo courtesy of Tulsa Community College).

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Sharing stories at the Woody Guthrie Center during their first anniversary celebrations (photo by Lisa Levy)

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Flying a drone over Greystone Park hospital

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Beautiful day to fly the drone – I was with Mark Moran of Weird NJ and Rusty Tagliareni and┬áChristina Shimishaw of Antiquity Echoes.

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Review in BookTrib

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Lovely review by Tye Pemberton in BookTrib – I really enjoy hearing other people’s perspective on my work and I think his is very insightful.BookTrib Review

http://booktrib.com/2014/03/woody-guthrie-in-ruins-phillip-buehlers-wardy-forty-and-the-sad-fate-of-the-grandfather-of-american-song/

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