Los Angeles, c 1980 Photograph: The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco

Garry Winogrand's classic and unseen photographs – gallery

Garry Winogrand’s retrospective, currently on display at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D., includes Winogrand’s iconic images of everyday Americans—New Yorkers out on the str…

Gary Winogrand.  Love how this man took pictures.

awareness of a photograph

Garry Winogrand: World’s Fair, 1964 “ Six attractive young women in short dresses sit sandwiched between two men on a bench. One looks upset as she leans against her friend;

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The Garry Winogrand Archive, Center for Creative Photography, Université d’Arizona. © The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco

Garry Winogrand Unexpected shot; the boy on the left show rage, and yet the boy on the right is not phased by the slightest. Garry Winogrand reveals everyday people in such a glamorous way yet in this photo the older boy (left) either shows anger and animosity or he may just be fooling around. I think that is why i like this photo, I am strained, I am not sure of this photo.

William Klein, Gun New York, 1955 (Kids with guns,someone should of seen this common')

When street photographer Garry Winogrand passed away unexpectedly at 56 years old, he left behind approximately 250,000 images he'd never even seen. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

An Garry Winogrand interview. Garry Winogrand January New York City – 19 March Tijuana, Mexico) was a street photographer known for his portrayal of America in the century. John Szarkowski called him the central photographer of his generation.

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New Haven, Connecticut, 1970 The Garry Winogrand Archive, Center for Creative Photography

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How to see without a camera          | by Garry Winogrand Curtsy, c. 1960s.

Photo by street photographer, Garry Winogrand I really like this photo because it captures a clear sense of emotion. As I plan to use people in my final piece, capturing emotion will be a vital aspect to consider.