Twentieth century photographers responded to the rapid rise of cities by capturing images of the places, the people, the pleasures, and the problems of urban life. This talk by Ringling staff will focus on a selection of photographs from this exhibition highlighting key artists and works and will provide insight into the curatorial process.
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Ruth Orkin, Man in Rain, W. 88th St., NYC, 1952 Gelatin silver print Gift of Paullete and Kurt Olden, 1986, MF86.54