Summer Art Preview

Publisher: 
New Yorker
Date: 
May 21, 2018
Bill Cunningham, the beloved style photographer for the Times, who died in 2016, was just as captivated by a chic person shopping for vegetables at the Union Square greenmarket as he was by a society swan in haute couture at a gala. The New-York Historical Society celebrates his long career in a show that includes hats from his days as a milliner (under the moniker William J), selections from the series “Façades” (devoted to the city’s architecture), pictures documenting his long friendship with the floral designer Suzette, and such memorabilia as a bicycle, a camera, and Cunningham’s signature blue French workman’s jacket. Read more…
Creative: Tronvig Group