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Vivian Maier - Her Discovered Work

Vivian Maier - Her Discovered Work
Sorry for the late update everyone but, I've been super busy. Here's what I've been up to. - Maier's PowerHouse book is in the making with their expected release around Fall of 2011. - A feature-length documentary film is production - currently spearheaded by good friend Anthony Rydzon and myself (update: and in cooperation with Mortensen Film). - Scanned and archived about 10,000 negatives with the help of Anthony Rydzon. - Vivian's first US exhibition will be at the Chicago Cultural Center.

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