Vivian Maier in The New York Times and on This American Life

Posted on Nov 8, 2012

Yesterday's Lens section of The New York Times featured an article on the newly released book, Vivian Maier: Out of the Shadows, available now at the Catherine Couturier Gallery for $60. 

Vivian Maier: Out of the Shadows


"The Still Unfolding Legend of Vivian Maier: An Outsider's Life in Pictures and Boxes" explores the mystery of the photographer with an excerpt of Richard Cahan and Michael Williams text and examples of Maier's own work, many of which were featured in the inaugural exhibition of our 2012-2013 season.


May of this year, NPR tentpole This American Life took its show off the radio waves and into movie theaters nation-wide with Invisible Made Visible, a one-time-only live theatrical event.  Taking advantage of the visual format, host Ira Glass spent part of the show delving into the story of the nanny turned photographer.

Ira Glass with Vivian Maier

Ira Glass presenting one of Vivian's many self portraits


Trailer for This American Life: Invisible Made Visible

On November 15, streaming and downloadable options will be made available for purchase on This American Life's website (here); an alternative, audio-only version is currently available here.


Should you be interested in purchasing your own stunning Vivian Maier print, please give us a call at 713.524.5070, email us at or come in person to see the work for yourself!



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