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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Street photography,
  • Street life,
  • Pictorial works,
  • Women photographers

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (page 284).

Other titlesPhotographer found
StatementJohn Maloof ; text by Marvin Heiferman ; edited by Howard Greenberg ; foreword by Laura Lippman
ContributionsMaloof, John, owner, Heiferman, Marvin, Greenberg, Howard, 1948- editor, Lippman, Laura, 1959- author of foreword, writer of supplementary textual content
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTR659.8 .M3587 2014, TR647.M325126 M33 2014
The Physical Object
Pagination285 pages
Number of Pages285
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27181686M
ISBN 100062305530
ISBN 109780062305534
LC Control Number2013939170
OCLC/WorldCa893630283

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  Vivian Maier: The Color Work is the largest and most highly curated published collection of Maier’s full-color photographs to date. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more/5(46). "Stories--like snapshots--are shaped by people, and for particular purposes. There's always an angle. A new biography, Vivian Maier: A Photographer’s Life and Afterlife, by Pamela Bannos, strives to rescue Maier all over again, this time from the men who promulgated the Maier myth and profited off her work/5(37). Last summer I anticipated reading "Vivian Maier: Street Photographer" but the book turned out to be a huge disappointment. John Maloof's collection of photographs was amazing of course, but the book was missing the context needed to better understand the photographer and her work/5. In her groundbreaking biography "Vivian Maier: A Photographer's Life and Afterlife," Pamela Bannos offers an exhaustively researched and engrossingly written examination of the life and work of the enormously talented and intensely private American photographer whose images of life in the 20th century have captured countless imaginations in the 21st/5.

  Vivian Maier: The Color Work explores over of her colorful images with details that have been gathered about her story and photographic process. The book also features a forward by photographer Joel Meyerowitz and text by Colin Westerbeck, a former curator of photography at the Art Institute of Chicago.   Presented here for the first time in print, Vivian Maier: Street Photographer collects the best of her incredible, unseen body of work. John Maloof is an author and street photographer involved in historic preservation of Chicago’s Northwest Side. V ivian Maier: The Color Work is the first definitive monograph of color photographs by American photographer Vivian Maier. With a preface by master of color photography Joel Meyerowitz and text by photography authority Colin Westerbeck, the book features approximately full color images, almost all of which have never been published. The official website of photographer Vivian Maier. Showcasing photo galleries, information about exhibitions, print sales, books and documentary film.

  The original, instant classic which set the world afire. The first book to introduce the phenomenon that is the life story and work of Vivian Maier/5(9). The Vivian Maier Street Photographer Book presents the images in sepia color and overly contrasted. As a result of this and in comparison to other publications, the portraits of this book have a bad appearance, in which skins and textures looks like plastic (as can be seen in the lower area of the photo)/5(). The first book to introduce the phenomenon that is the life story and work of Vivian Maier. A good street photographer must be possessed of many talents: an eye for detail, light, and composition; impeccable timing; a populist or humanitarian outlook; and a tireless ability to constantly shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot and never miss a moment. Vivian Dorothy Maier (February 1, – Ap ) was an American street photographer whose work was not discovered and recognized until after her death. She worked for about forty years as a nanny, mostly in Chicago's North Shore, while she pursued her took more than , photographs during her lifetime, primarily of the people and architecture of Born: Vivian Dorothy Maier, February 1, , .