WEEK IN REVIEW: Selected Photography Stories
January 20, 2012 | Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography
Supermarket Pickets, New Jersey, 1963 © Steve Schapiro,
Monroe Gallery of Photography, Santa Fe
La Lettre de la Photographie has a wrap-up of the 2012 edition of Photo LA, reported by Jeff Dunus with a slide show of highlights here.
Vivian Maier: September 28, 1959, 108th St. East, New York
©Maloof Collection, Ltd.
Art Critic Roberta Smith of The New York Times writes a review of 2 concurrent Vivian Maier exhibitions in New York. The exhibition "Vivian Maier: Discovered" opens at Monroe Gallery of Photography on February 3, and continues through April 22.
Grey Villet: Mildred and Richard Loving
The International Center of Photography opened the exhibition "The Lovings Story: Photographs by Grey Villet". The Amsterman News has the most recent article about this remarkable collection of photographs, taken by Life magazine photographer Grey Villet:
"Brown v. Board of Education. Plessy v. Ferguson. The list of notable court cases that blazed the trail for civil rights in our nation is long, but there is one case that many have forgotten but is no less important: Loving v. Virginia."
More about the Lovings photographs here.
Raw File Blog covers Tim Mantoani's new book Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends. "The Tank Man of Tienanmen Square. Muhammad Ali standing over Sonny Liston in victory. The portrait of the Afghan Girl on the cover of National Geographic. Many of us can automatically recall these photos in our heads, but far fewer can name the photographers who took them. Even fewer know what those photographers look like." We are very proud that several of Monroe gallery's photographers are featured.