Found after her death, Vivian Maier’s photographs capture New York City in motion.
Two years before Vivian Maier died in 2009 at age 83, 30,000 of her negatives were bought at a Chicago thrift auction by former estate agent John Maloof. He was writing a book on Chicago history. Maier had been unable to pay the rental on a storage locker. So 100,000 of her unseen negatives housed in hundreds of boxes and undeveloped films were sold. Continue reading »
Vivian Keulards is an professional photographer, who was born and raised in the Netherlands and succesfully graduated at the Photo Academy in Amsterdam in 2009. Her fascination for images and photography started earlier at the KUN University (Nijmegen, Netherlands) where she gained a Master Degree in Communication Science in 1995. Vivian lived in Colorado (USA) from 2010-2013, where she learned more about photography, her work and her self. The last few years her portraits have been published, exhibited and rewarded internationally. Continue reading »
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