Social isolation has brought out so many emotions, often at the same time. Our photography collection might help you track your emotions.
- Dieter Appelt began his career as an opera singer, but then transitioned into photography. He traveled extensively specializing in long exposure photographs and images of slow moments.
- Tiny was a prostitute living in Seattle that photographer Mary Ellen Mark captured when on assignment for LIFE Magazine. This image typifies Mark’s unsparing, empathetic style.
- Deborah Luster has photographed people in the deep south for much of her career. These portraits, like this one, seem to show an inner sense of the sitter.
- American artist Judith Golden often plays with photography, like in this image where a photograph is held by the sitter, only to be photographed for the final composition.
- Ralph Eugene Meatyard is best known for his photographs that examine the bizarre and mysterious realms that exist within our everyday world.
- Weegee, a freelance press photographer whose lurid photos of crime and accident scenes frequently appeared in tabloid newspapers, often played manipulating compositions like in this photograph.
- Prolific photographer Walker Evans’ scenes of everyday life often show people in candid moments.
- Margaret Bourke-White had a long career as a documentary photographer, gaining some of her early successes in Cleveland.
- Vernon Cheek studied with Harry Callahan before going on to founded the photography department at Perdue.