Larry Siegel, noted photographer and groundbreaking New York City gallerist whose career helped shape vital developments in the emergence of photography as an art form, died Thursday January 9th at his home in Brooklyn after a long illness, at the age of 85 Larry Siegel has been photographing for a half-century. He began his interest in photography at the age of 12 by buying a miniature falcon camera through an ad he’d seen in a comic book and began developing orthochromatic film under red safelight in the basement with mother’s soup plates. Born in 1934 in Jersey City, NJ but...
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