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Mitch Epstein & Eric William Carroll: American Power: Live

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American Power, performance by Mitch Epstein and Erik Friedlander, 2013, William and Nadine McGuire Theater at the Walker Art Center. [Photo by Greg Beckel, © Walker Art]

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American Power: Live
On Places, an interview with photographer Mitch Epstein after a theatrical performance at the Walker Art Center that paired cello music by Erik Friedlander with images from Epstein’s series American Power.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mitch Epstein is a New York-based photographer whose work is included in numerous major museum collections, including New York’s Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art and Whitney Museum of American Art, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
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Eric William Carroll is a photographer who lives in Minneapolis.
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