GALLERY M of Cherry Creek North announced today the opening of a new selling exhibition of iconic vintage and modern prints by Margaret Bourke-White and Carl Mydans.
Curated specifically for this selling exhibition at GALLERY M, the new Filters of the Twentieth Century collection features iconic images shot by Bourke-White during her tenure with both FORTUNE and LIFE Magazine. Other works by Bourke-White to be included in GALLERY M’s exclusive exhibition are images from the best-selling, classic book, “You Have Seen Their Faces”, on which she collaborated with writer Erskine Caldwell. The book, in its third print run, helped shape a public discourse on rural poverty and race relations in the South in the 1930’s. Bourke-White was the first staff photographer hired at FORTUNE and was also one of the first four photographers hired in 1935 for “Project X” (which later became LIFE Magazine).