Prolific street photographer Vivian Maier may be best known for her self-portraits and her incredible life story, but it’s really her ability to capture candid moments of humanity that has made her photography so enduring. As a skilled photographer, Maier moved quietly through the streets of Chicago and New York, clicking her shutter each time she came upon a slice of life worth capturing.
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Since 2007, when her photographs were discovered and brought to light, Vivian Maier‘s street photography has captured the imagination of people around the world. Maier, who secretly photographed life on the streets of Chicago and New York for over four decades, is primarily known for her black and white imagery. However, a new book and exhibition is spotlighting her color photography for the first time.
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