Peter Fetterman Gallery presents a new online series called the Power of Photography highlighting hope, peace and love in the world. We invite you to enjoy and reflect on these works during this time. Arnold Newman (1918-2006) Senator John F. Kennedy at the Capitol, Washington DC, 1953 © The Estate of Arnold Newman/Courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery “This is my favorite Arnold Newman image. Such a great environmental portrait with a true sense of destiny as JFK looks to the future. Where is our leader now?” Ernesto Esquer (1987-) America In Blue, 2017 © Ernesto Esquer/Courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” ~ Emma Lazarus “When I first met Ernesto I knew instinctively that here was a new talent, bursting with energy and fresh ideas. How many times had I seen images of this American Icon but it radiated a special transcendence which bowled me over. Now more than ever do these words ring true.“ August Sander (1876-1964) Forester’ Child, Westerwald, 1931 © Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur/Courtesy...
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