Tag: Milton Rogovin

  • A Buffalo Photographer’s Dignified Look at the Passage of Time | The New Yorker

    A Buffalo Photographer’s Dignified Look at the Passage of TimeIn three decades, Milton Rogovin and his wife, Anne, captured changes in one upstate neighborhood, while also reaching deep into grand abstractions of nature and time.via The New Yorker: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/a-buffalo-photographers-dignified-look-at-the-passage-of-timeMilton’s photographs from the neighborhood originated in 1972, when he was invited to visit the home of […]

  • The Neighborhood Photographer, Milton Rogovin, b. 1909

    NYTimes.com The documentary photographer Milton Rogovin (b. 1909) sometimes returned to the same people over and over for decades. He took these portraits of one family in Buffalo in 1973, 1984, 1992 and 2001. This interview, which has been edited, was conducted by Dave Isay for their 2003 book, “The Forgotten Ones.”

  • The Online Photographer: Milton Rogovin 1909-2011

    Originally an optometrist, Milton was persecuted during the un-American McCarthyite inquisitions of the 1950s. With his practice in rapid decline as a consequence, he turned to photography to express his values, and for sixty years photographed the poor and the working class with a clear eye Link: The Online Photographer: Milton Rogovin 1909-2011