Stephen Deutch, Photographer

Trade Paper – $23.50

ISBN 978-0-929968-06-3
Publication Date
June 1994
Categories
Page Count
144 pages
Trim Size
9 x 9
ISBN
0-929968-06-9

Stephen Deutch, Photographer

From Paris to Chicago 1932-1989
Stephen Deutch
Stephen Deutch occupies an unusual place in the history of photography. Deutch is one of the few photographers who succeeded in the highly competitive world of commercial photography while at the same time earning widespread recognition and gaining personal satisfaction in his editorial and artistic photographic work. In Chicago, where Steve Deutch has worked for more than fifty years, he has captured life, full-face: in all its power and glory and pain. Like his dear friend, Nelson Algren, he saw the tragicomic face of a clown city; in his portraits of Mahalia Jackson, he saw its radiance. Yet it is in the many portraits of anonymous residents that he has seen all of the city's attributes.
Includes 158 color and b/w photographs.
About the Author

Stephen Deutch occupies an unusual place in the history of photography. Deutch is one of the few photographers who succeeded in the highly competitive world of commercial photography while at the same time earning widespread recognition and gaining personal satisfaction in his editorial and artistic photographic work. In Chicago, where Steve Deutch has worked for more than fifty years, he has captured life, full-face: in all its power and glory and pain.
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