Saturday, July 8, 2017
Book Signing and Reception Friday, July 14, 5-7 pm
Best-known for Saigon Execution, his Pulitzer Prize–winning photograph that forever shaped how the world views the horrors of war, Eddie Adams was a renowned American photojournalist who won more than five hundred awards. Eddie Adams: Bigger Than The Frame presents a career-spanning selection of the photographer's finest work from the 1950s through the early 2000s. In addition to his much-praised Vietnam War photography, the book includes images that uncannily reflect world and domestic issues of today, including immigration, conflict in the Middle East, and the refugee crisis. All of them attest to Adams's overwhelming desire to tell people's stories. As he once observed, "I actually become the person I am taking a picture of. If you are starving, I am starving, too." Adams's widow, Alyssa Adams, will be present and signing copies of the new book.
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Sunday, July 2, 2017
57 years later, Tony Vaccaro returned to the location near Georgia O'Keeffe's home where he made his iconic photograph of Georgia holding " "Pelvic Series, Red with Yellow".
Photo courtesy of Tony Vaccaro Studio
Exhibit reviews and articles
The Santa Fe New Mexican: Monroe Gallery to showcase trove of varied work by photojournalist Tony Vaccaro
The Albuquerque Journal: "The things we live with"
The Santa Fe New Mexican Pasatiempo: Tony Vaccaro's "War and Peace" at Monroe
The Santa Fe Reporter: Not even a world war stopped this artist
Richard Stolley (left), former Time magazine bureau chief, senior editor and managing editor, and Assistant Managing Editor and Managing Editor of Life magazine, led a Q & A with photographer Tony Vaccaro (right) following the screening of the film "Underfire: The Untold Story of Pfc. Tony Vaccaro" at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe.
Tony Vaccaro at Monroe Gallery
Photo by R. David Marks
Tony Vaccaro receiving the City of Santa Fe's Veteran's Service medal from
Santa Fe City Commissioner Signe Lindell, June 30, 201
(photo courtesy Tom Blog)
Tony Vaccaro: "War and Peace" remains on view through September 17, 2017