Paris Review Daily Looks at Bull City Summer

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Nicole Rudick, Managing Editor of Paris Review, writes about Bull City Summer for their Daily.

Photo below by Kate Joyce.


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BCS piece in Slate

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

A nice piece on Slate by Jordan G. Teicher with an excellent photo presentation. Photo below by Frank Hunter.

Approaching storm, Goodman field.

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New BCS Media Coverage

Saturday, February 22, 2014

This week the New York Times international edition had a piece on Bull City Summer featuring the work of Hiroshi Watanabe. Online a version with slideshow appears in the Times’ Lens blog.

Also, WRAL evening news in Raleigh had a 2-minute segment on BCS featuring the work of Leah Sobsey. You can watch that HERE.

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New BCS Television Spot

Monday, February 17, 2014

Bull City Summer (TV Spot)

Created by Capitol Broadcasting/WRAL/Fox 50 in advance of next week’s exhibition opening at the North Carolina Museum of Art.

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A Teaser from BCS: More Coming Soon

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

A triptych by Frank Hunter.

large triptych

Important dates:

Exhibition, North Carolina Museum of Art. February 23 – August 31.

Exhibition, Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh. May 15 – August 31.

Exhibition, American Tobacco Campus. May – July.

Bull City Summer book, published by Daylight Books. Available in April.

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BCS Exhibition at N.C. Museum of Art Announced

Thursday, January 16, 2014

for immediate release
January 16, 2014

media contact
Emily Kowalski | (919) 664-6795 |

North Carolina Museum of Art Presents Photography Exhibition Featuring Durham Bulls
Exhibition documents routines, craft, and community behind minor league baseball team

Raleigh, N.C.—Beginning February 23, 2014, the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) presents Bull City Summer, a photography exhibition chronicling the 2013 season at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. The project features works by nationally and internationally acclaimed photographers Alec Soth, Hank Willis Thomas, Hiroshi Watanabe, Alex Harris, Frank Hunter, Kate Joyce, Elizabeth Matheson, Leah Sobsey, and Jeff Whetstone, and video artist Ivan Weiss.

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ARTnews Spring 2014 Preview includes BCS

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Featuring a photograph by Kate Joyce, ARTnews includes Bull City Summer in their Spring 2014 preview of the museum season. Click HERE.

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Pitcher Needed

Friday, November 1, 2013

Hey BCS fans!

The season is over, but the work continues.

In preparation for the release of the Bull City Summer book and exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of Art in February, we are in production on a documentary film about the project. The documentary needs a soundtrack, and that’s where we could use your help.

We’re looking for the fastest pitcher we can find in order to create a chorus of music from the sound of baseballs hitting a mitt.

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“My Bullish Heart” on the Paris Review Daily

Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Tiger Stadium 1984

Tiger Stadium in 1984.

Today, writer, screenwriter and producer David Henry has a new Bull City Summer piece on the Paris Review Daily:

When I was nine years old, it was my belief that a professional baseball player was the most exalted thing a man could be. Ballplayers rivaled the offspring of Greek gods—only marginally mortal and, if they fell, the results were apocalyptic. Some part of me still thinks so. And yet I seldom go to the ballpark anymore, even though I live just a short bike ride south of Louisville Slugger Field, a jewel of a stadium on the Ohio River housed in the red-brick shell of the old Brinly-Hardy train shed that dates back to 1839.

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