Latest Editta Sherman Stories
WIPI Distinguished Photographer Award, established in 1983 honors women photographers who have contributed substantially to the world of photography. Los Angeles,
Facing eviction, 96-year-old Editta Sherman says she'll have to be dragged out of the apartment she's lived in above New York's Carnegie Hall since 1946. They'll have to use their bare hands, Sherman told The New York Post in a story published Tuesday. Sherman, a portrait photographer, lives in a rent-controlled, $530-a-month studio that Carnegie Hall wants to turn into office space as part of a $150 million overall building renovation. Sherman's grand apartment has floor-to-ceiling windows,...
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