dimanche 15 novembre 2009

Roy DeCarava, 1910-2009

John Coltrane et Ben Webster, 1960.

“Peter Galassi, the chief curator of photography at the Museum of Modern Art, who organized a retrospective of Mr. DeCarava’s work there in 1996, said of him on Wednesday: “He was looking at everyday life in Harlem from the inside, not as a sociological or political vehicle. No photographer black or white before him had really shown ordinary domestic life so perceptively and tenderly, so persuasively.”
Lire l'article complet de Randy Kennedy sur la mort de DeCarava sur Arts Beat.

Voir aussi l'article de David D. Dunlap sur Lens, le blog photo du New York Times

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