Marie Cosindas, The Photographer Who Brought Color To The Gallery, Has Died At 93

She was a rebel in the days of the serious art black & white photo: “Ms. Cosindas, a painter by training, turned to photography early in her career and was immediately stymied by an unwritten law: For the medium to be true to itself, images must be black and white. Color was for advertising.”

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