There were precious few places to show serious photography back then,” said Howard Greenberg, whose gallery is exhibiting images from Larry Seigel’s Image Gallery, which was active from 1959 to 1962. “The goal of serious photographers in the ’50s and ’60s was to have a book published. Image was a real valuable outlet for photographers. There was a community of photographers in New York, and it was not a large community. Every photographer who was active would have seen those shows because there just were not that many places that showed photographs.
Você nos ensinou sobre o amor, nos mostrou como sermos irmãos. Mas as histórias continuam as mesmas, parece que não aprendemos a lição. É sempre um beijo que antecede a traição, e no final sempre todos lavam as mãos. É sempre a morte que refresca a memória, e no final só nos restam lágrimas vãs. Será que o sacrifício valeu só pra trazer emoções? Enquanto as lágrimas caírem e não tocarem o coração. Deus, temos que aprender o que é o amor a cada dia.