3: Nadav Kander

In this episode Nadav Kander explores his Photographic Memory: Bill Brandt’s abstract photographic work. Nadav is a London-based photographer, artist and director. In this episode he discusses working during the Covid-19 pandemic, his appreciation of the artist Francis Bacon, being moved by the work of Mark Rothko and the essays of photographer Bill Brandt.

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07:05 Bill Brandt’s work in his Hampstead house.

07:11 Bill Brandt’s nude work on the beach.

19:34 Nadav mentions his Yangtze, The Long River Project – some images below but the entire series can be found on his website

29:45 The work of Francis Bacon

34.37 Nadav’s 2002 series titled ‘The Parade’. Some images can be seen below but the entire series can be found on his website.

41:33 Bill Brandt’s portrait of a women looking through her arm.

42:40 Portrait of Nadav Kander by Jonathan Daniel Pryce


Bill Brandt: A Statement on Photography (1948)

If you’re in New York City, the Marlborough Gallery is currently showing an exhibition of nude photographs spanning the career of German-born British photographer Bill Brandt (1904–1983). Composed of thirty-five photographs, the exhibition explores Brandt’s longitudinal study of the nude feminine form between 1945–79. The exhibition will remain on view through Saturday, May 8, 2021, on the second floor of 545 West 25th Street, New York.

Bill Brandt: Perspective of Nudes
March 12–May 8, 2021
Marlborough New York
545 West 25th Street, 2nd floor