Before street photography became a near-contact sport during fashion weeks in style-centric cities, the craft was honed …

Before street photography became a near-contact sport during fashion weeks in style-centric cities, the craft was honed by women photographers early in the 20th century.⁠

An upcoming exhibition, titled “A Female Gaze,” at the @howardgreenberggallery in New York will showcase the work of a canon of artists. The images of the late Berenice Abbott, whose career included working as Man Ray’s studio assistant in Paris, will be on view. After another street-style photographer, Eugene Atget, died in 1927, Abbott purchased most of his negatives and prints and brought them back to New York two years later with the help of gallery owner Julien Levy.⁠

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Report: Rosemary Feitelberg⁠
📸: @howardgreenberggallery

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