May 1993
American Photo;May/Jun93, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p15
The article offers news briefs related to photography in the U.S. Model Kate Garner, who is based in London, England and ripped by the Visages agency, is the chosen face of the month for the "American Photo" magazine. The most exciting image for sale at the spring photo auctions is Alfred Stieglitz's "From the Shelton, West," a view of New York City made in 1935 from the now-defunct Shelton Hotel. William Wegman releases his first children's book titled "Cinderella."


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