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Good Article: Judy Walgren on Photojournalism’s Postmodern Quandary

I am trying to broaden my horizons and have started reading more articles about photography. I always considered that my “daughters” thing. Maybe its not my thing but I enjoy a great picture. 80 more words


Art Junket- Night Out

Join the Art Junket for an art-filled evening on Thursday, May 19th.

5:30p – Roman Vishniac exhibit at the Jewish Contemporary Museum

7:00p – Dinner & Drinks at Tropisueno… 119 more words

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Happy Passover from the Vishniac Archive at ICP

Roman Vishniac, , April, 1947

Roman Vishniac, , April, 1947

Happy Passover from the Vishniac Archive at ICP! May the coming year bring freedom, safe harbor, and refuge to stateless people and refugees throughout the world. 32 more words

Fans In A Flashbulb

Cool, foggy city of ..

Roman Vishniac, “Récalcitrante” (Berlin, 1929)

Back to reality. For me, it’s San Francisco.

First off, everything you read about the foggy mornings, the cold summers, the invasion of the hippies (we call them ‘hipsters’ now) … all still true. 724 more words

Jews in Lutsk, Ukraine

photo© mbfitzmahan. 1998: Synagogue in Lutsk, Ukraine.

Thursday, Katie, Don and I went to the opening of the Roman Vishniac exhibit at the Jewish Contemporary Museum. 659 more words

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Roman Vishniac Rediscovered

February 11 – May 29, 2016.

Roman Vishniac Rediscovered.  San Francisco Contemporary Jewish Museum.
736 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103. 415.655.7800. info@thecjm.org… 530 more words

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The Jewish Ghetto and Photonostalgia: Roman Vishniac’s Vanished World | A R T L▼R K

Originally posted on A R T L▼R K.

On the 19th of August 1897, one of the world’s most remarkable microbiologists and naturalist photographers, Roman Vishniac was born in Pavlovsk, the Russian Empire. 157 more words

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