His name: Laurence Miller. He is one of the pioneers of New York galleries and a great witness to the world of Photography for the past 50 years. Today he evokes the 70s! He also gave us these images! Jean-Jacques Naudet PART I : The Journey Begins In 1971, having switched my major at the University of Wisconsin from sociology to art, I signed up for my first photography class, with professor Cavalliere Ketchum. I knew immediately that photography was for me, as I was much better at designing and editing than at drawing and painting. At Ketchum’s suggestion, I also started taking typography classes and made three limited edition hand-made books with my original photographs. I went on to get my Master of Arts degree at Wisconsin, and again at Ketchum’s suggestion, applied to the University of New Mexico for further graduate work. I was accepted into their amazing program, and had the great fortune to study with Beaumont Newhall, Van Deren Coke and Thomas Barrow…with classmates Joe Deal, Nick Nixon, Terry Husebye, Sarah Greenough and Susan Harder among others. I also curated...
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