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Kim Maroon and the Fast Women of the Motorsports, Motorcyle and Hotrod Culture

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Join Kim Maroon in Portland, Oregon at her photo show - FAST WOMEN: An exploration of women who ride, race & wrench - a project that follows the growing presence and ever changing role of women in motorsports and motorcycle and hotrod culture. Event Details: Friday, March 6th 6:00 - 9:00PM Nemo Design 1875 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR Music: DJ Troubled Youth Facebook event At the turn of the century, women were performing in…

Alan Karchmer: Meet the Photographer Who’s Bringing Architecture to the Masses

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Auditorio de Tenerife, Santiago Calatrava Architect. © Alan Karchmer, courtesy National Building Museum. Editor's Note: Alan Karchmer is an ASMP Professional Member. Cross-posted from Fast Company After a temporary, three-month closure for renovations, Washington, D.C.’s National Building Museum is set to reopen to the public on March 13. The main renovations are focused on the building’s Great Hall, which is known for its 75-foot-tall Corinthian columns and gilded archways. In addition, the 19th-century concrete floor…

Andrea B. Swenson Captures the World of Communal Bakers in Morocco

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Image: Andrea B. Swenson New York-based ASMP member, Andrea B. Swenson, traveled to Morocco for Whetstone to capture the world of communal bakers in Moroccan neighborhoods. Her images and her featured article " The Communal Ovens of Morocco" appear in Whetstone Magazine Volume 5 published on December 15, 2019. Image: Andrea Swenson "About the time I became aware of Whetstone – an indie food magazine – I knew I was going to Morocco later in…
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Interview with David Hume Kennerly

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AN LOC, VIETNAM -- 1972: Members of a South Vietnamese Airborne Division march down Highway 13 on their way to An Loc in 1972. (Photo by David Hume Kennerly) Cross-posted from Musée.    David Hume Kennerly, longtime ASMP member, Pulitzer Prize winner for his work in Vietnam, personal photographer to a president, has seen and done it all.  “The way I was brought up in the business, especially during my time as a UPI wire…