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When certain images come to mind that both capture and create our cultural history— photographs of Albert Einstein (Philippe Halsman), Elizabeth Taylor (Herb Ritts), a final embrace of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Annie Leibovitz) or a refugee’s view of the American dream (Robert Frank)—we may not have known that photographers of Jewish ancestry have frequently made the enduring iconic photographs of our time. For over eight years photographer and author Penny Wolin traveled relentlessly across America, photographing and interviewing more than 70 of the leading and most original Jewish photographers in history. This book is the culmination of these unprecedented face-to-face encounters.

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When certain images come to mind that both capture and create our cultural history— photographs of Albert Einstein (Philippe Halsman), Elizabeth Taylor (Herb Ritts), a final embrace of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Annie Leibovitz) or a refugee’s view of the American dream (Robert Frank)—we may not have known that photographers of Jewish ancestry have frequently made the enduring iconic photographs of our time. For over eight years photographer and author Penny Wolin traveled relentlessly across America, photographing and interviewing more than 70 of the leading and most original Jewish photographers in history. This book is the culmination of these unprecedented face-to-face encounters.

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When certain images come to mind that both capture and create our cultural history— photographs of Albert Einstein (Philippe Halsman), Elizabeth Taylor (Herb Ritts), a final embrace of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Annie Leibovitz) or a refugee’s view of the American dream (Robert Frank)—we may not have known that photographers of Jewish ancestry have frequently made the enduring iconic photographs of our time. For over eight years photographer and author Penny Wolin traveled relentlessly across America, photographing and interviewing more than 70 of the leading and most original Jewish photographers in history. This book is the culmination of these unprecedented face-to-face encounters.

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When certain images come to mind that both capture and create our cultural history— photographs of Albert Einstein (Philippe Halsman), Elizabeth Taylor (Herb Ritts), a final embrace of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Annie Leibovitz) or a refugee’s view of the American dream (Robert Frank)—we may not have known that photographers of Jewish ancestry have frequently made the enduring iconic photographs of our time. For over eight years photographer and author Penny Wolin traveled relentlessly across America, photographing and interviewing more than 70 of the leading and most original Jewish photographers in history. This book is the culmination of these unprecedented face-to-face encounters.

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When certain images come to mind that both capture and create our cultural history— photographs of Albert Einstein (Philippe Halsman), Elizabeth Taylor (Herb Ritts), a final embrace of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Annie Leibovitz) or a refugee’s view of the American dream (Robert Frank)—we may not have known that photographers of Jewish ancestry have frequently made the enduring iconic photographs of our time. For over eight years photographer and author Penny Wolin traveled relentlessly across America, photographing and interviewing more than 70 of the leading and most original Jewish photographers in history. This book is the culmination of these unprecedented face-to-face encounters.

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When certain images come to mind that both capture and create our cultural history— photographs of Albert Einstein (Philippe Halsman), Elizabeth Taylor (Herb Ritts), a final embrace of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Annie Leibovitz) or a refugee’s view of the American dream (Robert Frank)—we may not have known that photographers of Jewish ancestry have frequently made the enduring iconic photographs of our time. For over eight years photographer and author Penny Wolin traveled relentlessly across America, photographing and interviewing more than 70 of the leading and most original Jewish photographers in history. This book is the culmination of these unprecedented face-to-face encounters.

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When certain images come to mind that both capture and create our cultural history— photographs of Albert Einstein (Philippe Halsman), Elizabeth Taylor (Herb Ritts), a final embrace of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Annie Leibovitz) or a refugee’s view of the American dream (Robert Frank)—we may not have known that photographers of Jewish ancestry have frequently made the enduring iconic photographs of our time. For over eight years photographer and author Penny Wolin traveled relentlessly across America, photographing and interviewing more than 70 of the leading and most original Jewish photographers in history. This book is the culmination of these unprecedented face-to-face encounters.

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When certain images come to mind that both capture and create our cultural history— photographs of Albert Einstein (Philippe Halsman), Elizabeth Taylor (Herb Ritts), a final embrace of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Annie Leibovitz) or a refugee’s view of the American dream (Robert Frank)—we may not have known that photographers of Jewish ancestry have frequently made the enduring iconic photographs of our time. For over eight years photographer and author Penny Wolin traveled relentlessly across America, photographing and interviewing more than 70 of the leading and most original Jewish photographers in history. This book is the culmination of these unprecedented face-to-face encounters.

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When certain images come to mind that both capture and create our cultural history— photographs of Albert Einstein (Philippe Halsman), Elizabeth Taylor (Herb Ritts), a final embrace of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Annie Leibovitz) or a refugee’s view of the American dream (Robert Frank)—we may not have known that photographers of Jewish ancestry have frequently made the enduring iconic photographs of our time. For over eight years photographer and author Penny Wolin traveled relentlessly across America, photographing and interviewing more than 70 of the leading and most original Jewish photographers in history. This book is the culmination of these unprecedented face-to-face encounters.

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When certain images come to mind that both capture and create our cultural history— photographs of Albert Einstein (Philippe Halsman), Elizabeth Taylor (Herb Ritts), a final embrace of John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Annie Leibovitz) or a refugee’s view of the American dream (Robert Frank)—we may not have known that photographers of Jewish ancestry have frequently made the enduring iconic photographs of our time. For over eight years photographer and author Penny Wolin traveled relentlessly across America, photographing and interviewing more than 70 of the leading and most original Jewish photographers in history. This book is the culmination of these unprecedented face-to-face encounters.

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