#231: I Look Forward to Looking Back


This week, we’re in a few different directions and we begin with a discussion around the Smithsonian’s newly opened National Museum of African American History and Culture. Specifically, do you feel an obligation to visit places like these – places that are as much a historical record as they are a cultural cautionary tale? Also, a followup to the gear discussion that we started last week. Plus, a terrific email from a listener inspires this week’s G+ group assignment. Claude Cahun is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #SomeoneElse

LEICA M typ 240 Review

Cey Adams | Visual Artist

Sneak Peak: Smithsonian Curators Preview New African American Museum | Culture Type

Home – Jeffery Saddoris

Cameraperson – Movie Trailers – iTunes

Searching for Bobby Fischer – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mall walking – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sony RX1R II: 42.4MP Full Frame and the World’s First Optical Variable Low-Pass Filter

Just When You Thought It Was Safe: A JAWS Companion

Claude Cahun – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Claude Cahun, the Lesbian Surrealist Who Defied the Nazis – The Daily Beast

Claude Cahun | Feminist Art Archive

CLAUDE CAHUN (2011) on Vimeo