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Photography at the Margins

Photography at the Margins
With documentary photography, the artist becomes our extended set of eyes, capturing images we would not normally be able to see. He or she can take members from the edge of society and place them in the center of our vision. It is these qualities that are the power behind Golden States of Grace: Prayers of the Disinherited, an exhibition of fifty-two photographs by Rick Nehmias currently on display... 

On Images and Icons: An Interview With Acclaimed Photographer Steve Schapiro

On Images and Icons: An Interview With Acclaimed Photographer Steve Schapiro
Steve Schapiro, DeNiro Contact Sheet, 1975. (Photo Credit: Steve Schapiro). Steve Schapiro’s impressive photographic career has spanned five decades. After studying under photojournalist W. Eugene Smith, Schapiro became a photographer for Life magazine in the early 1960′s, documenting such historical moments as the Selma to Montgomery March, Robert Kennedy’s presidential campaign,... 
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