9 edition of Milton Rogovin found in the catalog.
September 30, 2006
by University of Washington Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Douglas R. Nickel (Foreword), Catherine Linder Spencer (Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
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Milton Rogovin () was a social documentary photographer who focused his camera on the poor, impoverished, working people of the world. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Rogovin attended Columbia University and received a degree in optometry. Rogovin's powerful insight and immense sympathy for his subjects distinguish him as one of the most original and important documentary photographers in American history. Edited by Christopher Fulton, The Social Documentary Photography of Milton Rogovin is a multi-disciplinary study of the photographer's historical achievement and continuing Author: Christopher Fulton, Michael Frisch, Elizabeth E. Reilly, Cynthia Negrey, Catherine Fosl, Peter S. Fo.
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His photographs are in the Library of Congress, the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Center for Creative Photography and other distinguished ality: United States.
Milton Rogovin: The Mining Photographs presents more than one hundred of these direct and powerful images, usually in pairings that reveal Rogovin's unsentimental regard for men and women whose dangerous work is shown to be only one part of their complex lives.
With an introductory essay by Judith Keller, associate curator of photographs at the 5/5(1). Milton Rogovin has 12 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Milton Rogovin’s most popular book is The House in the Sand. Rogovin studied optometry at Columbia University, then opened a shop in Buffalo, New York, in He purchased his first camera inthe same year that he was drafted and got married.
He initially made snapshots. Ina collaboration with a professor of music to document music at storefront churches set Rogovin on his photographic path. Milton Rogovin passed away. The obituary was featured in Legacy on Janu View their obituary at Directed by Harvey Wang.
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Rogovin’s correspondence, negatives and contact sheets are at the Library of Congress and the master collection of photographs resides at the Center for Creative Photography, Tucson. His latest and most comprehensive book is Milton Rogovin: the Making of a Social Documentary Photographer.
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Milton Rogovin is internationally respected as one of America’s finest social documentary photographers. The directness and underlying compassion in his work is often compared to Lewis Hine’s and Jacob Riis’s early twentieth-century photography.
Rogovin was born in in New York and graduated from Columbia University in with a B.S. in :. Milton Rogovin was born on Dec. 30,in Brooklyn, the third of three sons of Jewish immigrant parents from Lithuania. His parents, Jacob Rogovin and the former Dora Shainhouse, operated a .Milton Rogovin documented the lives of New York's working class - at the same time as the FBI documented his every move.
They built up pages of information about his suspected connection to.Get this from a library! Milton Rogovin, the forgotten ones. [Milton Rogovin; Cheryl A Brutvan; Albright-Knox Art Gallery.; Brooklyn Museum.] -- Includes Rogovin's Working People Series; photographs of people in Mexico, Storefront Churches, Chile, Appalachia, Lower .