Anders Goldfarb (1953) has been an assistant to Saul Leiter (currently in a retrospective at the Jewish Historic Museum Amsterdam). Goldfarb who only photographs in black and white, documents the world around him: the apparent simplicity of everyday scenes meticulously composed and lyrical in vision. Goldfarb has exhibited in museums such as PS1 New York, and galleries worldwide.
Garry Winogrand (1928 - 1986) roamed the streets photographing spontaneously. Winogrand was interested in social issues and relationships between humans, and used a pre-focused wide angle lens rapidly photographing. When Winogrand died, he left an immense archive of prints and undeveloped rolls.
Weegee (1899 - 1968) was working largely in New York City as a photojournalist. He would follow the city's emergency services, documenting their activity and then selling the photographs to New York tabloids. Weegee is now regarded as one of the pioneers of street photography.
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