Though Melvin Sokolsky is best known for his editorial fashion photographs for publications such as Harper’s Bazaar (for which he produced, in 1963, the “Bubble” series of photographs depicting fashion models “floating” in giant clear plastic bubbles suspended in midair above the River Seine in Paris), Vogue, and The New York Times, Sokolsky’s work is not limited to that field.
Melvin Sokolsky – Button Smile
Artist: Melvin Sokolsky
Size: 36"x45.5", 48"x57.5"
Medium: Archival Print on Aluminum
Edition: Limited edition of 8 and 2AP
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Archival pigment prints available.
Melvin Sokolsky (born October 9, 1933) is an American photographer and film director.
Born in New York City in 1933, Sokolsky was raised on the lower east side. He had no formal training in photography, but started to use his father’s box camera at about the age of ten. Always analytical, he started to realize the role that emulsion played as he compared his own photographs with those his father had kept in albums through the years. “I could never make my photographs of Butch the dog look like the pearly finish of my father’s prints, and it was then that I realized the importance of the emulsion of the day.“
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