Garry Winogrand / ed. Leo Rubinfien, with contributions by Sarah Greenough, Susan Kismaric, Erin O'Toole ... [et al.]
Leo Rubinfien
Sarah Greenough Susan Kismaric Erin O'Toole
San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2013
463 p. : ill.
Catalogus n.a.v. de tentoonstelling o.a. te San Francisco (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art) van 9 maart tot 2 juni 2013
9780300191776 (hardback)
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About Leo Rubinfien

Leo Rubinfien (born 1953) is an American photographer and essayist who lives and works in New York City. Rubinfien first came to prominence as part of the circle of artist-photographers who investigated new color techniques and materials in the 1970s.

Among his principal bodies of photography are A Map of The East (1992), which explores the character and idiosyncrasies of Japan, China and Southeast Asia; and Wounded Cities (2008), which explores the "mental wounds" that were left by the terror attacks in New York City in 2001, and other attacks in cities around the world. He has had a solo exhibition at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. He has also curated exhibitions.

Rubinfien is also a writer, who has published essays on major photographers of the 20th century. He contributed a memoir, Colors of Daylight to Starburst: Color Photography in America, 1970-1980 (2010). He is co-author of Shomei Tomatsu / Skin of the NationRead more on Wikipedia