Treating Sports Photographers as the Artists They Are
7/22/2016

They compete in crowded stadiums and on hazardous terrain, using hands and eyes, tools and experience, and sometimes their elbows, too. We' re not talking about athletes but rather the photographers who get up close and click away. Now, an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum invites visitors to reconsider work that has long been seen as ephemeral. Read the full New York Time article here.

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