“Taking a photography is an unspoken conversation in a shared space where the sitter and the maker reveal their being in a kind of silent dance of escalating trust and affinity.”
– Melvin Sokolsky
From the 1963 series, “Fashion In A Bubble”, by American photographer and filmmaker Melvin Sokolsky; some beautiful spring inspiration that I am sure will have many of you wishing that floating bubbles were easy to come by. Remember though, earth is one giant bubble of fun, or it could be, if we wanted it to.
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Archival print of “Over New York” now available through Peter Fetterman Gallery.
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