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Mary Ellen Mark March 20, 1940 - May 25, 2015 March 20, 1940 - May 25, 2015 March 20, 1940 - May 25, 2015 photo by Chris Felv.
Photographer Mary Ellen Mark, best known for her striking portraiture and investigative documentary work, died Monday at the age of 75.
May 9, 2014 - Mary Ellen Mark. Sarah and Tina LaValley, 14 years old, Sarah older by 1 minute,Twinsburg, Ohio, 2001.
The 10 Best Photo Essays of the Month.. Mark Abramson: An Immigrant’s Dream for a Better Life. TIME for Kids. Advertising. Reprints and Permissions. Site Map.
Remembering Mary Ellen Mark. Published on 28 May 2015.. which produced 18 published books and a large number of magazine essays. Mark’s diverse and striking body of work places her directly in line with her eminent forerunners.. and based on Mark’s reportage for Life magazine about prostitution among homeless street kids in Seattle.
Mary Ellen Mark's photographs appear regularly in Life, the London Sunday Times Magazine, National Geographic. Vanity Fair and the New York Times.Her own personal work ranges from Ward 81 (culled from a job doing film stills for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest) to Falkland Road (a study of prostitutes in India working with their customers) to Untitled 39: Photographs of Mother Teresa's Mission.
Mary Ellen Mark is a photojournalist that brings an amazing level of humanism and grit into her portraits, photo essays, and advertising portfolio. Like Diane Arbus, Mary Ellen's photo essays have captured everything from pimps, street kids, and circus performers, to portraits of famous people like Jeff Bridges and Marlon Brando.