Tomorrow is the last day to catch the documentary about street photographer Garry Winogrand (“Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable”) at the Film Forum in New York City!
I saw the film today and recommend it to anyone interested in street photography. The documentary chronicles Winogrand’s ability to “find endless and various beauty in a messed-up world,” to quote the New York Times’ review of the film. The film showcases hundreds of photos he took in New York City where he was born, in Texas and finally in California, where he lived in the years leading up to his sudden death of cancer.
I will leave you with a Winogrand quote from the film: “The photograph should be more interesting or more beautiful than what was photographed.”