FRAMES Podcast with Robert Schultz

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Robert Schultz – author of six books and an exhibiting artist, who has received a National Endowment for the Arts Literature Award in Fiction, the Virginia Quarterly Review’s Emily Clark Balch Prize for Poetry, Cornell University’s Corson Bishop Poetry Prize, and several other awards for his artworks.

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In art, Schultz’s media include cameraless photography (chlorophyll prints, scanography) and artist’s books. A longtime and ongoing collaboration with Binh Danh has produced an exhibition, “War Memoranda: Photography, Walt Whitman, and Renewal,” and the War Memoranda book. Schultz’s chlorophyll prints have been featured by LensCulture and are held by the Library of Congress, the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library at the University of Virginia, the Phillips Museum at Franklin & Marshall College, and by private collectors in the US and abroad. His “Being Seen” series of portraits has earned Juror’s Award, Gold Medal, and portfolio prize recognition.

© Robert Schultz
© Robert Schultz
© Robert Schultz
© Robert Schultz
© Robert Schultz

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Comments (1):

  1. JiÀhn Charlotte

    September 12, 2020 at 01:19

    Thoroughly enjoyable podcast and fascinating process! Something I’m going to have to try. Thank you

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