Photographer Steve McCurry’s Work on Display in New York City
Catch his work at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery through June 10
New York’s Sundaram Tagore Gallery is currently displaying the works of acclaimed photojournalist Steve McCurry, who’s found fame for his colorful images capturing worldwide humanity and struggle (you’ve probably seen his famous photo of the “Afghan Girl.”) McCurry’s photographed subjects in Beirut, Cambodia, Afghanistan, and Tibet—and the five images below feature locations in Burma, China, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan. Catch the exhibit of his photographs on display at the gallery through June 10. For more on McCurry, visit his website.Steve McCurry, ‘Procession of Nuns, Rangoon,’ 1994; ultrachrome print, 40 x 60 inches/101.6 x 152.4 cm (© Steve McCurry) ‘Intha Fisherman on Inle Lake, Burma’; FujiFlex Crystal Archive Supergloss Digital C-Print, 20 x 24 inches/51 x 61 cm (© Steve McCurry) ‘A young monk runs along the wall over his peers at the Shaolin Monastery in Henan Province, China,’ 2004; ultrachromeprint, 40 x 60 inches/101.6 x 152.4 cm (© Steve McCurry) ‘Stilt Fishermen, South Coast, Sri Lanka,’ 1995; chromogenic print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, 20 x 24 inches/51 x 61 cm (© Steve McCurry) ‘Girl with green shawl, Peshawar, Pakistan,’ 2002; ultrachrome print, 24 x 20 inches/61 x 51 cm (© Steve McCurry)
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