Allan Tannenbaum

Life Through a Lens

Photojournalist and fine art photographer Allan Tannenbaum will discuss his experiences as a photographer– from documenting the lives of the rich and famous, to covering the horrors of 9/11. Tannenbaum has covered stories all over the world–the unrest in South Africa, Nelson Mandela leaving prison, the Philippine Revolution–and has won awards for his work. His book "New York in the 70's" is a chronicle of the New York scene during the 1970's, including photographs of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Mick Jagger and Bruce Springsteen.

Diederich Ideas: Life Through a Lens

Tuesday, February 12 • 4 p.m.• Johnston Hall, Studio 7 (Second floor)
This Diederich Ideas program will focus on the work of photojournalist Allan Tannenbaum, whose work has been published in Newsweek, Time, Life, and Rolling Stone. Taping will take place at 4 p.m. on February 12 in JH Studio 7. Audience welcome; reception following the taping in Studio 7.

Allan Tannenbaum Presentation

Wednesday, February 13 • 4 p.m., jPad Student Lounge (JH 104)
Photographer Allan Tannenbaum will give a public presentation about his career as a photojournalist. 4 p.m., jPad Student Lounge (JH 104). Reception following event in jPad.

For more information about these programs, please contact julie.rosene@marquette.edu