Gallery of Fine Art Photography - Atlanta GA

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Imogen Cunningham – Portrait Of Imogen

Excerpts from the film, Portrait of Imogen. With a sharp wit and a unique perspective on photography, Imogen Cunningham reveals how she carved out her impressive career while maintaining a household and raising a family. In a professional career of 75 years, Imogen had an enormous influence on the aesthetics of American photography.
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Happy Birthday, Harry Callahan! We are honored that Harry spent the twilight years of his life in Atlanta; he is remembered fondly by many members of the photography community here.

Photo Credits: Harry Callahan - Weed Against Sky, 1948
(Silver Gelatin Print - 7 x 6.75)

Now on virtual view at Lumière:

Dorothea Lange - White Angel Bread Line, San Francisco, 1933
(Silver Gelatin Print - 9.375 x 7.25)

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"Why did I photograph that white fence up in Port Kent, New York, in 1916? Because the fence itself was fascinating to me. It was very much alive, very American, very much a part of the country."

- Paul Strand, #bornonthisday in 1890

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