Saul Leiter: Early Color
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I like a lot of things about 'Early Color', but one of the things that I find most impressive is how essential color is to these images. When William Eggleston, Helen Levitt, and Stephen Shore ushered in the era of color in the 1970s, Leiter, a private man who never sought fame, was barely a footnote.
Early Color | Howard Greenberg Gallery Early Color | Howard Greenberg Gallery
I agree that the digital has changed a lot and viewing images through our phones in the palms of our hands makes for a different engagement with the world around us. work is included in the group show Photography 63: An International Exhibition at George Eastman House, Rochester, New York.It was these less noticed interactions that he was interested in as that’s where he found the beauty in New York. The walkers are almost out of the picture by the time the shutter is tripped, just about to walk under (or into?
Saul Leiter’s Early Color by Emily Kanterman – Modern Jewish Saul Leiter’s Early Color by Emily Kanterman – Modern Jewish
That’s thousands of images and articles, documenting the history of the medium of photography and its evolution during the last decades, through a unique daily journal.According to essayist Martin Harrison, this image, like most of the images in Early Color, renders "color and motion in semi-abstract form—fluid, improvisational. That's not to say that the interplay of colors is the only thing worth looking at in Leiter's photography. Saul Leiter: Retrospective, at the Photographers’ Gallery, London, and Saul Leiter, at the Fotomuseum (FOMU), Antwerp.