For lovers of photography (like me), the Museum of Modern Art is offering an online class called Seeing Through Photographs. It is a series of nine short films, most under 5 minutes, where we meet a photographer and see their work.
In the interviews with each photographer, MOMA takes you into the mind of the artist as they explain how they see the world, where their inspiration comes from, and how they give voice to their vision. Though I know some of the photographers, I am being introduced to new ones in the series. So far, I’ve watched Nicholas Nixon and Lucas Blalock.
It’s free on YouTube.