Philadelphia, 1961 - John Cohen
About the Work
Although well-known for both his music and his photographs of famous musicians, photographs such as Philadelphia demonstrate John Cohen's uncanny ability to capture moments of intimacy and honesty from his subjects while still allowing them to appear natural and at ease.
About the Artist
About John Cohen
In addition to the many recordings Cohen has made for Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, he has also had photographs published in The Library of Congress Folklife Annual portfolio as well as in a number of magazines, including the NY Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, and Time. In 2001, Cohen's photographs were published in a book titled There is No Eye: John Cohen's Photographs. This monograph was jointly released with the Smithsonian Folkways CD There is No Eye: Music for Photographs, which was comprised of recordings by musicians who had been photographed by Cohen.Read Less
DescriptionGelatin silver print, printed later.
AuthenticationSigned, titled, and dated by the artist in pencil on print verso.
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