• Eugene Richards

    Vision Gallery of Photography

    “What I want to do is to put someone’s life on another person’s doorstep,” Eugene Richards has said. “Personal journalism is what they call it—a tradition in photography. I have no need to pretend that my concerns or the style of my photos is newly arrived in the world.” A Magnum photographer, author of stalwart monographs—Few Comforts and Surprises: The Arkansas Delta and Dorchester Days—and a Guggenheim Fellow in photography, Richards hits the bull’s-eye with his first major gallery show in Boston. The photographs have been selected from work made since 1976: some of the premier images in

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