John Szarkowski

John Szarkowski

Fellow: Awarded 1954
Field of Study: Photography
Fellow: Awarded 1961
Field of Study: Photography

Competition: US & Canada

As published in the Foundation’s Annual Report for 1953 and 1954:

SZARKOWSKI, JOHN. Appointed for a photographic study of the architectural works of Louis H. Sullivan.

Born December 18, 1925, Ashland, Wisconsin. University of Wisconsin, B.S., 1948.

Photographer, 1948–49, Walker Art Center; Associate Editor, 1950, Everyday Art Quarterly; Instructor in Photography, 1951–53, Albright Art School, Buffalo, New York.

Exhibitions: One-man shows of photography: Walker Art Center, 1949; University of Nebraska Gallery, 1950; Albright Art School, 1951; George Eastman House, 1952. Exhibited at Milwaukee Art Institute, Museum of Modern Art.

Recipient of awards at Milwaukee Art Institute, Albright Art Gallery.

Publications: A New Direction in Intaglio, 1950; Buffalo Family Album, 1951–53. Articles and photographs in Everyday Art Quarterly, American Photography, Flair.


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