Berenice Abbott

Los Angeles — The U.S. experienced a number of major changes during the first half of the 20th century: new infrastructure, progressive social reforms, increased immigration, economic booms, and the Great Depression. Seeking to capture the shifting world around them, printmakers and photographers of the time employed innovative techniques to disseminate the vitality of the urban American

Ask any bibliophile what images come to mind when The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger is mentioned, and a common thread will weave through the answer. First, the striking jacket design by E. Michael Mitchell with its bold pen strokes and deep red color. Then, the author photo of a serious young man with dark hair and onyx eyes staring off into the distance, tie knotted tightly, looking

aviation copy.jpgDALLAS, Texas (April 19, 2017) - Two excellent portfolios/collections