FRAMES Photography Podcast with Charles Traub

In today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Charles Traub, an American photographer and educator, known for his ironic real world witness color photography.

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Charles H. Traub was chair of the photography department at Columbia College Chicago, where he established its Museum of Contemporary Photography (MOCP) in 1976, and became a director of New York’s Light Gallery in 1977.

He founded the MFA program in Photography, Video, and Related Media at the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1987, which was the first program of its kind to fully embrace digital photographic practice. He has been the Chairperson of the program since.

Traub has published many books of his photographs and writings on photography and media.

Charles Traub – Illnois,1967 (First serious photograph)
Charles Traub – From Beach, 1975-77
Charles Traub – From Beach, 1975-77
Charles Traub – From Remembrance of Summers Past, 1977-2004
Charles Traub – From Tickety Boo, 2016-2020
Charles Traub – From Tickety Boo, 2016-2020



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