Ian Dickson, The Ramones, 1977
Melvin Sokolsky for Harper’s Bazaar Magazine 1963
Melvin Sokolsky was born and raised in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, he became known primarily for his groundbreaking editorial work and celebrity portraiture, and to this day is one of the great pioneers in the creation of visual imagery. Melvin once said, “Really, I’m only interested in photography as a tool for exploring and visualizing psychological and emotional conditions.”. I think a lot of photographers will agree with him.
Interpreter & Guide
Description: ‘Photograph of Interpreter & Guide.’ Author of work: Lulu Farini.
This is presumably Gert Louw, the skilled tracker on whose knowledge and experience the Farinis heavily relied.
A wet Angel Place, Sydney, 1930s / Sam Hood
Note: The bright sign almost in the middle of the photograph is for the 2UW (Sydney radio station) Concert Hall
Book Title: from Camera Work, January 1903, 1:7
Artist: Gertrude Kasebier
Artist Bio: American, 1852 - 1934
Creation Date: 1902
Print Date: 1903
Lady in Black
Book Title: from Camera Work, January 1912, 37:29
Artist: David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson
Artist Bio: Scottish, 1802 - 1870 / Scottish 1821 - 1848
Creation Date: c. 1845
Print Date: 1912
Witch Rocks on Echo Canyon
Artist: Carleton Watkins
Artist Bio: American, 1829 - 1916
Creation Date: 1878