2 Documentaries: Everybody Street / Close-Up: Photographers at Work “Portraits”
Everybody Street Cheryl Dunn, 30 mn, 2012
During the early decades of the twentieth century, Alfred Stieglitz vividly captured the architecture and urban streetscapes of New York City. The first photographer to take the camera off the tripod, out of the studio, and into the streets, Stieglitz can be thought of as the father of New York City street photography - a genre that produced some of the most exciting and provocative images of the past fifty years.
Close-Up: Photographers at Work "Portraits" (pictured) Albert Maysles & Bradley Kaplan, 43 min, 2009
This series for Ovation Television offers a unique window into the creative state of mind of today's most brilliant photographers, including Bruce Davidson, Brigitte Lacombe, Susan Meiselas, Steve McCurry, Jay Maisel and Miru Kim.
Q&A with director Albert Maysles, director/photographer Cheryl Dunn, and photographer Clayton Patterson. Moderated by co-curator Zack Taylor.
New York City, NY; NYC