Marilyn Stafford: A Life in Photography

Marilyn Stafford
At a time when women were expected to be mothers and wives, not professional photographers, Marilyn Stafford blazed her way into photographic history. Her distinctive approach was deceptively casual and yet psychologically revealing.
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At a time when women were expected to be mothers and wives, not professional photographers, Marilyn Stafford blazed her way into photographic history. Her distinctive approach was deceptively casual and yet psychologically revealing. Over four decades from 1948, she would shoot world leaders and poets; artists, writers, and mourning mothers; children playing on the street, victims of war, refugees, and fashion models.

Having grown up in the Depression, Marilyn was acutely sensitive: she wanted to use her camera to cast a light on injustice, to tell stories that had, in her words, ‘something important to say’.

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Dimensions 27 x 29 cm
Binding Hardcover
Signed Copy No
Publisher Bluecoat
Date Published 2021
ISBN 13 9781908457707
Edition 1st
No. of Pages 228