The New York Photo League was a cooperative of photographers in Manhattan from 1936- 1951 who banded together in order to reflect their social and creative views. Although the world… read more →
Paul Strand’s portrait, photographer unknown Paul Strand was born in New York in 1890 to Jewish Bohemian immigrants. His interest in photography began in his late teens when he took… read more →
Haleigh Youtie This photo was taken by me at the former concentration camp of Auschwitz in Poland during the March of the Living. The March of the Living is… read more →
The Liberating Lens is a proud contributor to the exhibition Beyond Belief: 100 Years of the Spiritual in Modern Art, presented by the Contemporary Jewish Museum and SFMOMA.