Bill Cunningham’s street photography for The New York Times revealed one of the world’s keenest eyes for fashion and an ahead-of-the-curve appreciation of style. This tribute to the world-famous—and famously humble—photographer, who died in June, is a look back on his life and astonishing body of work over five decades. Valerie Paley, vice president and senior historian of the New-York Historical Society, will lead a talk about his indelible imprint on fashion. There will also be a screening of Bill Cunningham New York, a fantastic 2010 documentary that offers insight into the beauty of Cunningham’s photos and the artist himself.
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The New-York Historical Society
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