Americans Seen will present a key selection of Sage Sohier’s black and white photographs of people in their environments. Taken in the late 1970’s to the early 1980s her portraits reveal a particular time and place. Distinctly American, yet collectively grounded in their expression of the human condition, her exceptional photographs show our often-strange expression of the daily rituals that…
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- These powerful images have been selected from over 500 in the OOM Gallery Archive to illustrate the demolition of the…
- American photographer Stephen Salmieri was born in 1945 in Brooklyn, New York. Working in the tradition of many mid-twentieth-century independent…
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