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Pete Seeger at South Street Seaport

"Pete Seeger – He went to battle with a song and won".
Patricia Funt Oxman 2/2014.

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Did you know that Diana Mara Henry photographed the Triple Crown Races 1976? Horse trainer at Pimlico.

Published in American Turf Monthly July, 1976: Derby Portfolio, pages 14 and 15;

August 1976: Preakness portfolio, page 10. Photographs in black and white and color include jockeys and trainers including Laz Barrera, Paul Adwell, Leroy Jolley, racetracks, crowds, betting, fashion..

 

Gloria Steinem speaking at the Gala Benefit to introduce New York Feminist Art Institute, honoring Louise Nevelson (below) for her sculpture, “Skygate New York” on the Mezzanine of One  World Trade Center, 3/30/1979

 


Barbara at LA motel

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Many photographs (50,000 plus black and white, half again as many color) never were printed because they were from events that were unassigned - as most of Diana Mara Henry's were - and life moved on before she could get in the darkroom with them, or sometimes, she didn't see their beauty or thought they would not be appreciated by others, as too personal. Now the pressures of finding the next job are off, and the pleasures of finding the next reasure, are here. Ernst Haas would say, some photographs are like a masterpiece oil painting, some are like a pencil sketch. You can decide which are which in this series; hope you enjoy them all.

Sylvester Stallone at the reopening of FAO Schwartz

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Diana Mara Henry archive at the Du Bois Library, U Mass Amherst,

by donating to the AS Yet Unseen fund through Diana Mara Henry's fical sponsor, the NY Foundation for the Arts.

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Kew Gardens,the lily pond, 1968

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Chris Kende from a Polaroid guest book

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Woman at a NYC street demonstration, 1973

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Senate fireplace, 1973

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Nancy Stesin and Andy Warhol at the International Center of Photography's Peter Beard opening

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NYC Mayor John V. Lindsay addressing Columbus Day rally, Brooklyn, 1972

 

Women's Pentagon Action, November 17, 1980

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Please contribute to the work of hi-res scanning from the

Diana Mara Henry archive at the Du Bois Library, U Mass Amherst,

by donating to the AS Yet Unseen fund through Diana Mara Henry's fical sponsor, the NY Foundation for the Arts.

And they are all Copyright © Diana Mara Henry, so please email us for permission to reproduce....Thank you!

James Brown performing at Rikers Island House of Detention, NYC, 1973

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Designer and friend Chester Weinberg on the terrace at Cannes, Carl Henry in the background.

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Many photographs (50,000 plus black and white, half again as many color) never were printed because they were from events that were unassigned - as most of Diana Mara Henry's were - and life moved on before she could get in the darkroom with them, or sometimes, she didn't see their beauty or thought they would not be appreciated by others, as too personal. Now the pressures of finding the next job are off, and the pleasures of finding the next reasure, are here. Ernst Haas would say, some photographs are like a masterpiece oil painting, some are like a pencil sketch. You can decide which are which in this series; hope you enjoy them all.

 

Photographs Copyright © Diana Mara Henry. No reproduction without written permission of the potographer.

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