Vivian Maier: Photography’s Lost Voice

    Culled from an archive of more than 3,000 vintage prints, this exhibition features a variety of original and unseen photographs providing viewers with a unique glimpse into Maier’s previously unexplored works.

    A private woman, Maier’s work was never exhibited during her lifetime, but in recent years her work has been posthumously recognized in the form of a variety of media examining her life and legacy, including documentaries, books, and exhibitions.

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