A PUZZLE IN PICTURES: WINOGRAND IN 1960

In his 1964 application for the Guggenheim Fellowship that would propel him across the United States for “Winogrand 1964,” Garry Winogrand wrote that the mass media “all deal in illusions and fantasies. I can only conclude that we have lost ourselves and that the bomb may finish the job permanently, and it just doesn’t matter, we have not loved life.”

from The New York Times Lens blog piece about Winogrand’s photographs of the 1960 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.