Vincent Cianni

Vincent Cianni

Vincent Cianni of Newburgh, New York is a documentary photographer and archivist for the Estate of Anatole Pohorilenko and the Monroe Wheeler Archive. He teaches at Parsons, The New School for Design in New York City, and has authored two books, including Gays in the Military, published by Daylight Books in 2014. The Archive for Documentary Arts at Duke University established a study archive of his photographic work in 2007. His photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally and reside in numerous public and private collections including Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro; The Library of Congress; The Kinsey Institute for Sexual Research; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; George Eastman House; Philadelphia Museum of Art; and Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Archive Sessions and Events Featuring Vincent Cianni

Sep 252016

Inception to Perfection: Making a Photo Book

Daylight has gathered some of its new artists to discuss the various facets that go toward packaging photo projects into book form. The panel will feature short presentations led by artists, followed by a discussion with Daylight’s Creative Director about the specifics of creating a photo book: editing and sequencing, cover treatments, and other design considerations.

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