Conor Lovett and Judy Hegarty Lovett, leading Beckett interpreters, and John Minihan, the photographer who captured Beckett on film, talk to Rosemary Rogers. ℘℘℘ Samuel Beckett created the greatest body of literary work – novels, short stories, poetry, essays, and, most famously, plays for theatre, radio, and TV – in the 20th century. But the IrishmanRead more..
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An exhibition featuring Dublin-born photographer John Minihan’s black and white portraiture of Samuel Beckett and those he worked with in his lifetime, opened at the Irish Arts Center in New York in September. The exhibition, “John Minihan: Beckett and his World” is on view through December 15. Minihan first expressed interest in photographing Beckett afterRead more..
This week, in 1969, Samuel Beckett was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature, and October marks the 30th anniversary of Irish America. Looking back at our premier issue, we revisit our first feature photo essay – John Minihan’s photographs of Samuel Beckett at London rehearsal for “Waiting for Godot,” by the San Quentin Drama WorkshopRead more..