American Photo Magazine’s October/November issue with John Maloof’s discovery of Vivian Maier’s amazing (and previously kept private) street photography. It contains some of Vivian Maier’s works and a brief introduction.
Who is Vivian Maier?
She was a professional nanny living in Chicago who had a very private life; She owned a Rolleiflex twin-lens reflex camera and was an amazing street photographer. Local Historian John Maloof acquired more than 30,000 negatives from an auction, and it turned out to be Vivian Maier’s work.
The American Photo magazine provided a concise introduction to Vivian Maier while showcasing some of her works. The photos displayed were exquisite; Here are some photos from the magazine:
Amazing, yeah? If you want to see more photos of Vivian Maier on this magazine, you should definitely grab one! It also features the La Sardina on the cover. You can also check out this article if you want to know more about Vivian Maier.
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