Marc Joseph's photographs, shot with his I-phone, are of Richard Serra's exhibition "Promenade" at the Grande Palais, in Paris. These images are presented alongside the screening of Richard Serra documentary film from the latest Monumenta artist.
Marc Joseph Berg is a visual artist, teacher, and art book editor. His artwork includes drawings, objects, paintings, photographs, and videos (he is currently at work on a sound-based project). Two monographs of his photographs, New and Used (2006) and American Pitbull (2003) were published by Steidl, and his work has been featured in select exhibitions in the United States, Canada, and Europe. He holds a Master of Fine Arts from Bard College, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College (2013).
Since 2004 he has been a Core Faculty member in the BFA Photography and Video Department at the School of Visual Arts, where he has taught Critique, Studio (Analog + Digital), History of Photography, Postwar and Contemporary Art Survey, and other courses.
In 2008, Marc co-founded Artist and Publisher Services (APS) with Donna Wingate to provide editorial and creative direction for artists, museums, galleries, private collections, publishers, and other institutions on a broad range of art publications. Together they have collaboratively edited, co-edited, and contributed to numerous art and photography volumes including Art in the Age of the Internet (Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston), Lola Alvarez Bravo: Picturing Modernism (Pulitzer Foundation),
R. H. Quaytman, Morning: Chapter 30 (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles); Luc Tuymans: Intolerance (Ludion, Antwerp/Qatar Museums, Doha); Richard Renaldi: Fall River Boys (Charles Lane Press, NY), among many others.