Captured: Recent Photography Acquisitions
The New York State Museum is pleased to present a selection of recent acquisitions by four photographers: Irving Browning (1895–1961), Diana Mara Henry (b. 1948), Joel Meyerowitz (b. 1938), and Joseph Squillante (b. 1949).
Browning captured New York City in the 1920s and 1930s; Henry is best known as a photojournalist documenting social and political activism; Meyerowitz has pioneered and promoted color photography; and Squillante is passionately devoted to the Hudson River.
Each gallery focuses on one artist and shows a range of their work.