Redefining the Nanny Cam

Hers is one of the most fascinating stories in recent photographic history and you can see her work at Jackson Fine Art, right here in Atlanta. Vivian Maier was a nanny in 1950’s Chicago who had a secret passion for street photography. Thousands of her negatives were found after her death, and her printed works are now being shown around the country.  This is an amazing opportunity to see her story unfold through her photographic works at a wonderful local gallery. The opening is tomorrow night, Friday, Jan 27, 2012 and the exhibit runs through April 7, 2012.

There are two other photographers showing at the opening tomorrow night: Chip Simone and Todd Murphy. This show is not to be missed.