Photographer John Bonath, who documented Andy Warhol’s visit to CSU in 1981 (above and in the fall issue of Modern In Denver), is presenting a free public talk alongside Loretta Young-Gautier on Saturday, October 11 starting at 2:30 p.m.
Held at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center, the lecture is part of the “Developing Dialog” series of talks by regional photographers. Bonanth will be speaking on “Connections and Concepts: Work in the Portrait Genre.” His presentation will show salient portraits from various bodies of work over a 40-year period of time and will address the psychology and structure of his portrait constructions.
Bonath’s career as a fine-artist spans over four decades. After completing his MFA, he moved to Colorado to develop the photography program at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Throughout his career, Bonath has received numerous awards and professional recognitions and has been widely recognized for his work in digital processes.
The event is free and takes place in the gallery at 1513 Boulder St., Denver. Doors open 30 minutes prior to showtime.