A celebration of the career of Milton Rogovin, the photographer whose sensitive portraits of working people have inspired generations.
After his refusal to answer absurd questions before the House UnAmerican Activities Committee ruined his optometry business, Rogovin began a new life with a camera. In the early 1970s, documenting lives on the Lower West Side of Buffalo, New York, he gave dignity to resident African Americans, Puerto Ricans, Native Americans, and poor whites. He has returned to photograph many of the same people in each of the following three decades. The remarkable results are in this book. 135 duotone photographs
- 128 pages
- 8.9 x 0.7 x 10.4 inches
- by Dave Isay, David Miller, Harvey Wang, Milton Rogovin