Evelyn Hofer, ‘The Cops, New York’, 1964, ROSEGALLERY

Printed under the direct supervision of the artist

Signature: Signed, captioned and dated by the artist in pencil on verso

Illustrated in: Evelyn Hofer, Steidl, 2004, page 82, and Evelyn Hofer, New York Proclaimed, 1964, page 54

From the collection of the artist

About Evelyn Hofer

Photographer Evelyn Hofer is best known for her sensitive portraiture and meticulous shots of architecture and interiors. Departing from the more popular documentary styles of her time, Hofer patiently composed her images, spending significant time arranging interior scenes and searching for an “inside value, some interior respect” in her subjects. Hofer also collaborated with authors like Mary McCarthy and V.S. Pritchett on several travel books, including city-specific publications like London Perceived (1962), Dublin: A Portrait (1967), and The Evidence of Washington (1966).

German-American, 1922-2009, Marburg, Germany

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