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Vivian Maier: Out of the Shadows

Author: Vivian Maier
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Book Title
Vivian Maier: Out of the Shadows
Author
Vivian Maier
ISBN
9781733869003
Updated with new material to celebrate the ten year discovery of Vivian Maier's workThis is the only book that tells the life story of Vivian Maier in words and pictures. Known as "the nanny photographer," Maier became an Internet sensation after her photos were put online in 2009. Since then, Maier's breathtaking pictures--which show everyday life in mid-century America--have earned her recognition of one of the masters of photography. Presenting her photographs alongside revealing interviews with those who knew her best, this volume puts Vivian Maier's work in context and creates a moving portrait of her as an artist. To better understand Maier, authors Richard Cahan and Michael Williams studied census records, ship manifests and interviewed every person they could find who knew Maier, from her childhood days in the French Alps to the families whose children she cared for in the United States. They combined this biographical information, much of it unreported, with more than 300 photographs that she took starting in 1949 to create the first comprehensive record of her life story.Binding Type: HardcoverAuthor: Vivian MaierPublisher: Cityfiles PressPublished: 09/01/2019ISBN: 9781733869003Pages: 288Weight: 3.13lbsSize: 9.10h x 9.20w x 1.40d

Updated with new material to celebrate the ten year discovery of Vivian Maier's work

This is the only book that tells the life story of Vivian Maier in words and pictures. Known as "the nanny photographer," Maier became an Internet sensation after her photos were put online in 2009. Since then, Maier's breathtaking pictures--which show everyday life in mid-century America--have earned her recognition of one of the masters of photography. Presenting her photographs alongside revealing interviews with those who knew her best, this volume puts Vivian Maier's work in context and creates a moving portrait of her as an artist.

To better understand Maier, authors Richard Cahan and Michael Williams studied census records, ship manifests and interviewed every person they could find who knew Maier, from her childhood days in the French Alps to the families whose children she cared for in the United States. They combined this biographical information, much of it unreported, with more than 300 photographs that she took starting in 1949 to create the first comprehensive record of her life story.



Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Vivian Maier
Publisher: Cityfiles Press
Published: 09/01/2019
ISBN: 9781733869003
Pages: 288
Weight: 3.13lbs
Size: 9.10h x 9.20w x 1.40d

Updated with new material to celebrate the ten year discovery of Vivian Maier's work

This is the only book that tells the life story of Vivian Maier in words and pictures. Known as "the nanny photographer," Maier became an Internet sensation after her photos were put online in 2009. Since then, Maier's breathtaking pictures--which show everyday life in mid-century America--have earned her recognition of one of the masters of photography. Presenting her photographs alongside revealing interviews with those who knew her best, this volume puts Vivian Maier's work in context and creates a moving portrait of her as an artist.

To better understand Maier, authors Richard Cahan and Michael Williams studied census records, ship manifests and interviewed every person they could find who knew Maier, from her childhood days in the French Alps to the families whose children she cared for in the United States. They combined this biographical information, much of it unreported, with more than 300 photographs that she took starting in 1949 to create the first comprehensive record of her life story.



Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Vivian Maier
Publisher: Cityfiles Press
Published: 09/01/2019
ISBN: 9781733869003
Pages: 288
Weight: 3.13lbs
Size: 9.10h x 9.20w x 1.40d