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“ August New York, NY, Vivian Maier A nanny who lived in Chicago for the majority of her life, Vivian Maier was secretly a fantastic street photographer. Her film rolls (more than undeveloped negatives) were discovered on auction in.

I like that these 'little' moments are captured by photographers, not just the big events. Also love to see people being real, not just mugging for the camera. Street Photography 1 | Vivian Maier Photographer

Street Gallery of photos taken by the photographer Vivian Maier. One of multiple galleries on the official Vivian Maier website.

Great perspectief | Photo by Vivian Maier

Amazing Mystery Photographer Comes To Fame After Her Death

Una giornata con Vivian Maier - Vivian Maier / Maloof Collection-Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

From the Vivian Maier exhibit at the Chicago History Museum....

Vivian Maier Untitled (Man Leaning on Wall), Maxwell Street Market and skid row on West Medison Street, Chicago, 1967

5 Lessons Vivian Maier Has Taught Me About Street Photography

New York, NY, 1954 © Vivian Maier John Maloof Collection. Cortesia Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York.

Vivian Maier photo: August, 1960; Chicago, IL This is a picture of Don Koehler who at the time was considered to be the tallest man in the word at 8'2"...

Street Gallery of photos taken by the photographer Vivian Maier. One of multiple galleries on the official Vivian Maier website.

Street Photography 4 | Vivian Maier Photographer

Street Gallery of photos taken by the photographer Vivian Maier. One of multiple galleries on the official Vivian Maier website.

인물!, Stanley Kubrick

photographs by stanley kubrick look magazine life in new york Walking the Streets of New York – 1946

Photo by Vivian Maier, 1953 the great lost street art photographer

Man Buys Undeveloped Negatives At a Local Auction and Discovers Street Photographer Vivian Maier

One of my favorite images from Vivian Maier

Vivian Maier: Sans titre,Chicago, 16 Maggio 1957 © Vivian Maier Maloof Collection, Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York