“Garry Winogrand: Color”
Time Out says
Winogrand (1928–1984) was a pioneer of the snapshot aesthetic that took hold of photography during the 1960s. He was renowned for his street photography, most it taken in NYC, which subtly blended the surreal into the everyday. These photos were black-and-white, but Winogrand also shot in color, using slide film to produce some 45,000 images in all. A selection of them is presented here as an installation of projections that bring to life this lesser known aspect of his career.
|Venue name:||Brooklyn Museum | Brooklyn, NY|
200 Eastern Pkwy
|Cross street:||at Washington Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: 2, 3 to Eastern Pkwy–Brooklyn Museum|