Saturday, August 13, 2011

American Girl in Italy Article in Today's Globe and Mail

A snapshot of sexism or a portrait of composure?

"A great photograph can’t remain static: It has a subsequent life-history much like that of its subjects.

An American Girl in Italy, Ruth Orkin’s masterly evocation of time and place, turns 60 on August 22, and that frozen moment in post-war Florence is now being feted as one of the camera’s most vivid achievements...." - John Allemang, Globe and Mail

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