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In Memoriam – Sultan, Maier and Roy DeCarava

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R.I.P Larry Sulatn <> <> Obit NYtimes

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  • Photos from The Valley

  • 5 films that influenced Larry Sultan

  • Photos of his parents

    When I was working on Pictures from Home, my parents’ voices – their stories as well as their arguments with my version of our shared history – were crucial to the book. They called into question the documentary truth the pictures seemed to carry. I wanted to subvert the sentimental home movies and snapshots with my more contentious images of suburban daily life, but at the same time I wished to subvert my images with my parents’ insights into my point of view. – Larry Sultan, from an interview with Sheryl Conkelton in Flintridge Foundation Awards for Visual Arts 1999/2000.

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    Vivian Maier blog by John Maloof

    Vivian Maier – Her Discovered Work
    This was created in dedication to the photographer Vivian Maier, a street photographer from the 1950s – 1970s. Vivian’s work was discovered at an auction here in Chicago where she lived for 50 years but was originally a native to France. Her discovered work includes between 30-40,000 mostly medium format negatives. Born February 1, 1926 and deceased on Tuesday, April 21, 2009.

    Courtesy to Andrew Pothecary for introducing me to her works.

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    Obit NYtimes.

    Roy DeCarava, Harlem Insider Who Photographed Ordinary Life, Dies at 89

    Excellent slideshow of his photos here.

  • Andrew Pothecary

    “Didn’t know Roy DeCarava had died. I went to a talk of his once – about 20 years ago – and his jazz photos were an inspiration at the time. Nice guy. He was great at photographing in the dark (front rooms or jazz clubs) – even going home unsure if anything had been exposed onto his film! These digital days there are no such worries…” –

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