Long before Annie Liebowitz became renowned for provocative celebrity portraits, and long before the vast, hidden collection of Vivian Maier’s street photography was discovered posthumously, Imogen Cunningham blazed a trail for women photographers in what was (and in many ways still is) a male-dominated industry. Spanning more than seven decades, Imogen Cunningham’s work included mastering the art of platinum printing; sparking controversy with her photographs of male nudes; capturing  portraits of iconic artists of her day like Frida Kahlo and Martha Graham; and becoming a principal founder of the famed f64 modern photography movement, which included the likes of Ansel Adams and Edward Weston. 

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