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Dan Budnik


Zachary Gilbert-Mahoney

on 11 May 2010

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Dan Budnik American Photographer Focused on Famous People during the Civil Rights Movement
Now lives in Tuscon, Arizona Born in 1933, in Long Island, New York Livin the hood life on West 57th street. Went to Arls Student League of New York in the late 1950's. Phillipe Halsman (a popular American portrait photogrpher)took on Budnik as his assistant, where he got his start. Has worked for Life, Sports Illustrated, and Vogue magazine. A photo of Dan's mentor,Phillipe Halsman. A photograph of civilians praying in front of the Dallas County Courthouse for Civil Rights movement protesters who were either arrested or killed.The photo was meant to portray the incredible amount of mourning and depression going on. "The SHERRIF CARS ONLY" sign blocking some protestors from view could also represent the use of the law to justify and cover up the execution of various terrible acts. A portrait of Amercian artist Georgia O' Keefe holding a Charma River Stone. Photograph of famous pop-artist Roy Lichestein A photo of Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King in the Montgomery Airport during March 24, 1965.
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