The latest exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art is Storyteller: The Photographs of Duane Michals, a retrospective of the work and career of the photographer from McKeesport. The AP Collection was lucky enough to be invited to the museum to talk to Duane about his work, his life and a wide variety of other subjects.
This chat between Duane and Genevieve gets extremely NSFW but is also full of anecdotes and life lessons that become a whirlwind of laughter and insight. Even though they only talked for thirty minutes, there are plenty of points in the conversation that spark further investigation.
Be sure to check out the various events being held by the museum throughout the exhibition's time in Pittsburgh. And a big thank you goes out to the Carnegie Museum of Art for the extraordinary opportunity to sit down with Michals.
Duane on the Internet
Below are a few snapshots from the press preview. To really appreciate this show you gotta go.