This month, Berlin’s Buchman Galerie presents a collection o two bodies of photographic work by Joel Sternfeld - ‘Stranger Passing’ and ‘To Joseph Palmer’. the former series of images comprises individual portraits taken between 1985 & 2001 in America, depicting people from different walks of life going about their day-to-day business. The latter is a selection o family dedicated to people with beards. Joseph Palmer was a 19th-century New England farmer who grew a long beard during a time when beards were socially unacceptable, and his choice caused him to spend 15 months in prison. Together, theres collective images of individuals help to describe larger aspects of American society.
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Earlier Event: November 10PARIS: COFFEE MORNING - THE STORY OF FOOD IN PHOTOGRAPHY
Later Event: November 11LA: APA - REP AND CONSULTANT PORTFOLIO REVIEW