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Member Preview: Vivian Maier

An exclusive first look at our new exhibition, "Vivian Maier: Unseen Work"

A black-and-white self portrait taken in the reflection of a window with a vintage camera

About the Event

Fotografiska members are invited to join us for an exclusive first look at Vivian Maier: Unseen Work, first major retrospective in the United States showcasing the work of the late photographer. Featuring approximately 230 works in a mix of mediums from the artist's rich archive, the exhibition serves as a fascinating testimony to post-war America and the facade of the American dream.

Mounted by diChroma photography and Fotografiska New York, in collaboration with the John Maloof Collection, Chicago, and the Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York, Unseen Work debuted at Musée du Luxembourg, Paris, in 2021, co-organized by diChroma photography and the Réunion des musées nationaux Grand Palais. The exhibition is supported by Kering’s Women In Motion initiative, a global program that shines a light on women in the arts and culture.

Exclusive Panel Discussion

Patron-tier members will have the opportunity to attend a discussion between John Maloof, the first person to bring Maier’s work into the public eye; Anne Morin, Director of diChroma photography; and renowned gallery owner Howard Greenberg, moderated by the distinguished street photographer, Matt Stuart, as they explore the enduring legacy of Maier.

Space is limited–opening night tickets that include access to the artist talk are available on a first-come, first-served basis.