Carole Naggar is a poet, photography historian, curator, and painter. Among her recent publications are Saul Leiter: In My Room (2018); Tereska and Her Photographer (2019), a story with photographs by David ‘Chim’ Seymour; Récits instantanés (2019),a memoir; Picto-Magnum: 70 Years of Correspondences (2020); and forthcoming The Many Lives of Chim, a Biography of David Seymour (De Gruyter, 2021). (April 2021)
The Women of ‘LIFE’ Magazine
An exhibition now at the New York Historical Society features six women photographers who contributed to America’s first successful image-based magazine, and how these women’s work “contributed to LIFE’s pursuit of American identity through photojournalism.”
August 24, 2019
Guy Tillim's African Street Photography
Guy Tillim has photographed African cities where traces of historical periods—from colonialism to independence, socialism to global capitalism—coexist. Tillim has never believed that one frame can capture the essence of a situation. For him, all moments could be decisive.
May 25, 2019