• David McClister
    In Motion
  • Henry Horenstein
    Honky Tonk
  • Danny Clinch
    Keeping Time
  • Adam Jahiel
    The Last Cowboy
  • Tim Davis and Michael McCall
    Curating Country
  • Ed Rode
    A City of Masters: Nashville’s Songwriters and Musicians
  • Lawson Little
    The Evolution of Americana Music in Nashville
  • Amelia Davis (speaking about Jim Marshall)
    “It’s Never Just Been a Job, It’s Been My Life” – J.M.
  • Michael Wilson and Shannon Perich
    Finding Light
  • Raeanne Rubenstein
    From NYC to Nashville - Shooting Country's Biggest Stars
  • Melanie Dunea
    My Country
  • William Albert Allard
    Pictures From an Ongoing Love Affair
  • Kurt Markus
    Memories and Cowboy Photographs
  • Sara Terry
    The Itinerant FOLK Nation
  • Jeff Lipsky
    Nashville Stories
Kurt Markus
Memories and Cowboy Photographs
Thursday, June 19, 2014 6:30-8:00pm

photo by Michael Karsh

Kurt Markus has lived several lives as a photographer, beginning with his first photographs of cowboys some 35 years ago, then exploring fashion, travel, landscape, nudes and celebrity portraiture. He has photographed campaigns for Armani, Esprit, Banana Republic, BMW and Nike, and his editorial assignments have come from major publications. His photographs have been featured in museums as well as commercial galleries in solo and group exhibitions.

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Gallop along with Markus as he discusses his version of the Way-Out West, introducing you to characters of all stripes and reputations, punctuated with humor; typically, the worse things get (blizzards, horse wrecks, etc.), the funnier the recollection. Markus’ pictures and words are records of his personal journey, finding in cowboys the lost part of himself.

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