On October 22nd 2017 The Griffin Museum of Photography, near Boston, gave Elizabeth Avedon a Lifetime Achievement award, for promoting new and emerging photographers, and “whose ongoing commitment to photography has created far-reaching impact”. Elizabeth Avedon, a book designer for decades, for years a frenetic writer on young photographers and their work on her blog, the daughter-in-law of the famous photographer, is also a contributor to The Eye of Photography since its debut. Today’s edition is entirely dedicated to her. In the past years, she has been profiling notable leaders in the world of photography such as Joel-Peter Witkin, W.M. Hunt, Anne Wilkes...
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