PRESIDENTS DAY: Monroe Gallery, Santa Fe

Senator John F. Kennedy Campaigning with his Wife in Boston
Photograph Carl Mydans © Time Inc.

Navy CPO, Graham Jackson, Playing "Going Home" as President Roosevelt's Body is Carried, Warm Springs, GA, April 13, 1945. Photograph © Ed Clark /All Rights Reserved

Richard Nixon giving a Victory Speech, 1968
Photograph Lee Balterman © Time Inc

The Lindy Hop, The Savoy, Harlem, 1939
Photograph © Cornell Capa /All Rights Reserved

The Monroe Gallery of Photography, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, specializes in classic black & white photography with an emphasis on humanist and photojournalist imagery. It was founded in 2001 by Sidney and Michelle Monroe, following 20 years of gallery experience in New York City. The gallery features work by more than 50 renowned photographers and also represents a select group of contemporary and emerging photographers. Gallery Photographers


Tash said...

These are wonderful. Such an appropriate post for today.

Caio Fern said...

there is something about the Kennedy that is hard to stop to look at .... a diferent magnetism . even today ... you never get used .
and this photo , it seems they're "chating" , nice and easy among all .... wonderful .

i liked the Nixon's too , it is funny , like a caricature of victory .

incredible how people develops personal identification with the mans on power . the sadness and happy photographys are touching .

William Michaelian said...

Caio makes a great statement about Nixon. Thanks for linking to the Monroe Gallery.

Nezzy (Cow Patty Surprise) said...

Thanks for sharing the beautiful photos that are so very appropriate for President's Day. These photos are just amazing.

God bless and have a richly blessed day!!!

Ann said...

i love the richness of black and white photography.so many thanks for sharing the link to the Monroe Gallery.

davidpostatny said...

Great b/w pictures. Lot of history in there. My favourite is the second one.