Important and extensive archive of approximately 100 original photographs documenting protests and gatherings primarily in the United States but also a few international locations, mostly from the 1990's and early 2000's, the majority with printed or handwritten labels to verso identifying subject, location, date, and photographer, including protests regarding feminism, poverty, workers' rights and unemployment, capitalism, NAFTA, and healthcare in places such as Washington DC, Chicago, New York City, Albany, Rochester, Atlanta, Cleveland, Boston, Seattle, Virgina, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Michigan, Oregon, California, Arixona, Toronto and other cities in Ontario, Guatemala, and India. 8 x 10 inches. Housed in an archival box, contents loose as issued. New York (Impact Visuals Co-Op), late 1980's-circa 2001.
Impact Visuals was a New York City-based cooperative photo agency dedicated to social documentary photography. It was founded by Michael Kaufman and operated for 15 years before shutting down in 2001. The group of photographers credited in this group comprise Bill Burke, Mark PoKempner, George Cohen, Martha Tabor, Catherine Smith, J. Kirk Condyles, Jim Tynan, Steve Latimer, Jim West, Kurt Jensen, David Hartman, Donna Binder, Russ Marshall, Jerome Friar, Earl Dotter, Marilyn Anderson, Slobodan Dimitrov, Andrew Lichtenstein, Robert Fox, Jeffrey D. Scott, Adam Taylor, Rodney Curtis, Ryan Beiler, Marti Frumhoff, Hilary Marcus, Mark Ludak, Harvey Finkle, Tom McKillerick, Arving Garg, Orde Eliason, Piet van Lier, Amitava Kumar, Dana Schuerholz, Christopher Smith, Rick Reinhard, Marilyn Humphries, Thor Swif, Brian Palmer, Ellen Neipris, Ansell Horn, Fred Chase, and Loren Santow.
Book ID: 48984