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  • TitleIn the Presence of Family: an artist talk with photographer Ann Rosen.
  • Call NumberBCER_0011
  • SummaryWhat makes a family? Photographer Ann Rosen talks about her ongoing work celebrating the countless ways families are created. Her series of portraits taken eight years apart reveal the strength of the boroughs’ diversity and the transformative power of kinship. Rosen also discusses her photographic series on women in shelters.
  • Date2018-10-24
  • Formatmoving image
  • Physical Description1 moving image file (51 mins.) : digital, MP4, color
  • GenreMP4presentations (communicative events)
  • CreatorRosen, Ann
  • SubjectWomen photographers--United States ; Portrait photography ; Photography, Artistic ; Families
  • CollectionBrooklyn Collection Event Recordings
  • PlaceBrooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
  • Cite AsBrooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection
  • RightsCopyright restrictions apply to the use of this work. For more information or to obtain a reproduction of this work, contact the Brooklyn Collection at Brooklyn Public Library.