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Vivian Maier Film

Monday 27 December 2010

John Maloof in Chicago has been working tirelessly to scan and present online the work of street photographer Vivian Maier that he discovered and purchased at a furniture and antique auction. After editing over 100,000 negatives, the work is now being produced as a book, an exhibition and a film. You can help fund the production of this wonderful undertaking through the Kickstarter platform.

Vivian Maier’s work is a joy to see, it is a revealing window into another time as well as this eccentric and independent woman herself.

Please support John in his work and help fund this wonderful film project.

Posted by Nick Turpin

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