Monday, February 20, 2012

A chat with photographer Ian Douglas

Will Rawls in Collected Fictions, Frontispieces (c)Ian Douglas

Photographer Ian Douglas

Since 2006, Ian Douglas has been actively photographing New York City's amazing contemporary dance and performance art scene, regularly working with artists like Ishmael Houston-Jones, Miguel Gutierrez, Yvonne Meyer and others. He is the photographer-in-residence for Danspace Project and Movement Research, and has photographed for the New York Times, New York Live Arts/Dance Theater Workshop and more. Douglas's work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Art Forum, Dance Magazine and various publications throughout New York City and the world.

Click here for Ian Douglas's Web site.

Scroll down for more samples of his work for Parallels.

Ishmael Houston-Jones, Parallels curator (c)Ian Douglas
Dancer-choreographer Nora Chipaumire (c)Ian Douglas

Click here for information on purchasing the Parallels catalogue and other Danspace Project catalogues.

Of related interest

Movement Research Studies Project presents Photography and the Performance Journal, a discussion with photographers Dona Ann McAdams, Anja Hitzenberger and Miana Jun, moderated by Ursula Eagly.

Tuesday, March 20 at 6:15pm -- Free admission

More information at Movement Research

Gibney Dance Center
5th Floor, Studio 1
890 Broadway, Manhattan

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Ian's work is beautiful, sensitive, profound, heartfelt and interesting. So glad you profiled him here. xo Miguel

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