In 1931, Dorothea Lange, with her two young sons, accompanied her husband, the artist Maynard Dixon, on a sojourn to Taos, New Mexico. Though Lange primarily took care of the boys and tended to household chores while Dixon sketched and painted, she did find time to make a series of portraits of residents of the nearby Taos Pueblo. These vintage contact prints, probably unique, represent some of the best work she made during the seven-month period in Taos and will be on view at Richard Moore Photographs, Oakland.
The Photography Show presented by AIPAD
May 20 – May 22, 2022
415 Fifth Avenue, between 37th and 38th Streets, New York City