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Photography, Black & White on Paper
Size: 24.1 W x 30 H x 0.1 D in
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Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated in Los Angeles June 5. 1968. The following evening in New York City's West Side Spanish Harlem, residents, mostly Hispanic, held an impromptu memorial service in the street to memorialized his death. Photo depicts a cross with words 'El Corazon Barrio" -- 'The Heart of the Barrio', as residents' hands reach to bear a large cross bearing photos of Robert Kennedy, and his previously assassinated brother President John F. Kennedy. This was the first publication of a photo by photographer John Crosley in the New York Times. This photo is a cross between 'street style' photography as popularized by Henri Cartier-Bresson and straight news photography. It was taken with the intent to document the rarity of a spontaneous street memorial among RFK supporters with the emerging photographer's street style, a style which then did not actually bear the name 'street' in popular usage, but instead of the school of 'documentary' --news--current events. This photo was published prominently in the front section of the New York Times, in later editions, and was emblematic of the reaction many New Yorkers and US citizens felt at another assassination in 1968 of a prominent proponent of liberalizing US laws, especially those regarding Civil Rights.
Photography Print:Black & White on Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1
Size:24.1 W x 30 H x 0.1 D in
Packaging:Ships Rolled in a Tube
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I am a photographer who has taken in the past 12 years, over est. 2 million images, mostly street, with many shown previously under various host sites to over est. 200 million counted viewers. I practiced law very successfully in Silicon Valley, CA for nearly two decades; retiring at about age 40. I am a graduate of NYC's Columbia College, Columbia University. As editor/writer/photographer, I won the Lebhar-Friedman Publishing Blue Chip award for excellence in writing, editing, and photography. For law,I won a variety of awards and special recognition. I attended law school in Silicon Valley, graduating with honors and founding my own Silicon Valley law firm, from which I retired in the late 1980s. I have worked side by side with over a half dozen Pulitzer prize-winning photographers, was shot once, and later medically evacuated from Vietnam while photographing the war there. Self-taught in photography, later, among others, I have been mentored by the following: 1. Henri Cartier-Bresson 2. Sal Vader, Pulitzer winner, Associated Press 3. Wes Gallagher, President/Ceo of Associated Press who groomed me to replace him as A.P. head. 4. Sam Walton, Wal-Mart founder who tried to lure me into his smaller company, now the world's largest. retailer. 5. Walter Baring, Peabody award winner, WRVR-FM NYC's premier cultural radio station. 6./ A variety of great photographers, many Pulitzer winners, including many also from Associated Press,/ Many were Vietnam war colleagues from my freelancing the Vietnam war; others from AP NYC world headquarters. I took H C-B's advice: 'Shoot for yourself, John,' to avoid photo work that would require shooting in a special style. not my own. HCB's s generous, helpful advice also resulted in a career with AP wire service as a world news writer and editor, world service, Associated Press world headquarters, NYC. 6. Michel Karman, Lucie Award photo printer and photo exhibition genius. ent in two 'wars' -- the Vietnamese War, and a prisoner of war taken by Russian separatists in the current Ukrainian--Russian Separatist battles that killed over 10,000 and displaced over 1 million. While writing and as a worldwide photo editor for Associated Press, I was asked to understudy their CEO (worldwide General Manager), to become successor general manager on his retirement, but declined the position. I live the lifestyle of a photographer and am proud of it.
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