Sally Mann. GARRY WINOGRAND: “Standing on the Corner – Reflections Upon Garry Winogrand’s Photographic Gaze – Mirror of Self or World? Part II” (1991) Part II (This is the second of a two-part essay on the work of Garry Winogrand.)
By Carl Chiarenza Originally Published in IMAGE Magazine: Journal of Photography and Motion Pictures of the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, Volume 35, Number 1–2, Spring-Summer, 1992 About looking and watching. That is what so many of Winogrand’s pictures are about—about his looking and watching. It is the group of photographs represented in Women are Beautiful that I see when I hear Winogrand’s name. Of all his books, this is the only one, to my knowledge, that is a result of Winogrand’s own editing. Women are Beautiful is about a fact of life in Winogrand’s generation: how, in the new public climate of the 1960s, some women came to dress and behave more openly, actively expressing their sexuality, and how some men, as well as other women and some children, responded to that behavior.
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The Nanny's Secret. Vivian Maier (1926-2009) had a talent for seeing.
As she walked down the street, she not only avoided bumping into people and objects, she actually saw them in a way most people do not; she saw them in their particularity. We know this because more than 100,000 negatives of photographs she took were somewhat accidentally stumbled upon after her death and now form the basis of two concurrent gallery exhibitions, a photo book and two websites. There was a museum show earlier this year at the Chicago Cultural Center. There will be more. Maier's talent is recognized immediately by those who view her work, something she let no one do in her lifetime. Maier was a nanny. Maier continued to work as a nanny or caretaker until she retired sometime in the 1990s.
Vivian Maier Howard Greenberg Gallery Through Jan. 28 Steven Kasher Gallery Through Feb. 25 Meanwhile, the rent on the storage lockers had gone unpaid, and their contents were put up for sale. In October 2009, Mr. Mr. The undiscovered street photography of Vivian Maier. In 2007, Chicago Realtor John Maloof paid $400 at an auction for a storage locker filled with rolls of undeveloped film.
He was searching for photos for a book project about his Chicago neighborhood of Portage Park. In a moment straight out of an episode of "Auction Hunters," Maloof discovered a treasure-trove of thousands of negatives that turned out to be from a nanny who took up street photography in her spare time yet kept most of her work hidden. The photographer was Vivian Maier. After scanning a few of the images Maloof quickly realized he stumbled onto something remarkable.
He created a blog seeking expert opinion and feedback on her photos. More than 100 of her photographs are on display at "Vivian Maier — A Life Discovered: Photographs From the Maloof Collection" at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in L.A. He initially read about Maier in the Guardian newspaper and checked out Maloof's website. Vivian Maier was born in 1926 in New York City to a French mother and Austrian father. Vivian Maier. Allan Teger's Bodyscape Gallery of Nude Fine Art Photography. Limited Edition Prints and The Jay Maisel NYC Photography Workshop. Miles Aldridge. Andrew Moore.