May
10

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Bull City Summer Book Now Available

BULL CITY SUMMER BOOK AVAILABLE NOW AT THE DBAP
Limited Edition, Fine Art Hardback Documents 2013 Season with the Durham Bulls

DURHAM, NC — The culminating piece of the Bull City Summer documentary project, a 216-page book chronicling the entire 2013 season at Durham Bulls Athletic Park, is now available at the stadium’s team store.

The limited edition hardback, published by Daylight Books, features 129 fine art photographic reproductions from nationally acclaimed photographers including Alex Harris, Frank Hunter, Kate Joyce, Elizabeth Matheson, Leah Sobsey, Alec Soth, Hank Willis Thomas, Hiroshi Watanabe, Ivan Weiss, and Jeff Whetstone.

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May
8

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Bull City Summer at CAM Raleigh: Celebrating the Art & Craft of Baseball

Photo by Ivan Weiss.

Photo by Ivan Weiss.

Durham, NC — Bull City Summer opens on May 22, 2014 at CAM Raleigh with a community celebration and book launch party from 6 to 8 pm. Directed by Sam Stephenson, Bull City Summer chronicles the 2013 minor league baseball season at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Featuring photography and video, the Bull City Summer exhibition will be on view at CAM through August 31st. The fine art Bull City Summer book is published this month by Daylight Books.

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Mar
22

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Paris Review Daily Looks at Bull City Summer

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

Photo below by Kate Joyce.

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Mar
5

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BCS piece in Slate

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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Feb
22

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New BCS Media Coverage

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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