Essays by Vicki Goldberg and Nan Richardson
Dorothy Twining Globus was Director of the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology from 1993 to 2000. Among the exhibitions that she presented were Geoffrey Beene Unbound; Lillian Bassman; Linen; Hello Again: Recycling for the Real World; Illusions of Fashion: Papiers a La Mode; and Unmistakably Mackie. Prior to this, Globus was Curator of Exhibitions at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum for twenty years, and worked at the Smithsonian Institute. She serves on the Board of Directors of the International Design Conference at Aspen.
Vicki Goldberg is a photography critic for the New York Times, co-author of American Photography: A Century of Images (Chronicle), author of The Power of Photography: How Photographs Changed Our Lives (Abbeville) and editor of Photography in Print (University of New Mexico Press). She is the recipient of numerous awards, from the Royal Photographic Society, London; The International Center for Photography, New York; and the University of Missouri School of Journalism, among others.
Nan Richardson is the curator of the Louise Dahl-Wolfe exhibition and editor of Umbrage Editions. She has co-authored a number of books, including Lillian Bassman (Bulfinch), Chim: The Photographs of David Seymour (Bulfinch), The White T (Harper Collins), and Speak Truth to Power: Human Rights Defenders Who Are Changing Our World (Random House).