Episode 3.12 – Jaime Permuth & Hye-Ryoung Min

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In this episode, photographer couple Hye-Ryoung Min and Jaime Permuth join us for a wide ranging conversation about their brilliant projects, working together on editing and a bunch of great photobooks!

I met Jaime a few years ago when he invited me to give a talk at SVA, and knew of Hye-Ryoung’s work from when she won the Conscientious Portfolio prize. It was great to revisit their website’s and peruse through their projects and statements. I appreciate the way they edit their projects and present them on the web. It was great listening to them talk about their process which I think a lot of people will find interesting.

For the photobook segment, we discussed Berlin by Mitch Epstein, Come Again by Robert Frank, Rosalind Fox Solomon - THEM, Anders Peterson: Café Lehmitz and Josef Koudelka: Exiles.

Jaime Permuth is a Guatemalan photographer living and working in New York City.

He is a 2014 Smithsonian Museum Artist Fellow and is also currently nominated for a United States Artists Fellowship, with a $50,000 prize for awardees.

In 2013, his first monograph YONKEROS was published by La Fabrica Editorial (Madrid) and was subsequently nominated for the Prix Pictet.   Also in 2013, he was awarded an NFA Fellowship from the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures.

In 2012, he was nominated for the Santa Fe Prize in Photography and was also one of fifteen artists in the United States nominated for the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Contemporary Artist Award.”

Hye-Ryoung Min is a South Korean photographer living and working in NYC.

Her recent exhibitions include: “TWO MOONS” at GoEun Museum of Photography in Korea; “En Foco’s the New Works #18” at The Bronx Documentary Center; “CAPTURED 2015” at NEWSPACE Center for Photography; “The Archive of Korean- American Artists Part 3” at Korean Cultural Service; “Month of Photography Los Angeles” in 2015; “Center Forward” at The Center for Fine Art Photography; “20th Annual Juried Exhibition” at Griffin Museum of Photography; AHL Foundation “Camera Lucida Revisited” in 2014; “Family” at the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography and the “88th Annual International Competition” Semi-Finalists exhibition at The Print Center in 2013.“

To view the book spreads and behind the scenes photos, visit blog.lpvshow.com 

Recorded February 20th, 2016 at Stockholm Studios in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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