Photos: Documenting a Moment, a Place, an Era

O. Winston Link and Carmel Vitullo at the Bert Gallery
By BERT GALLERY  |  August 5, 2009

O. Winston Link
Catch of the Day
Silver Gelatin Print 11" x 14"
O. Winston Link's Louisiana images are from the Louisiana Link project (Louisiana Link L.L.C, and copyright of Winston Conway Link.

READA review of the exhibit -- "Places that are gone," by Greg Cook

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  • Places that are gone
    It wasn't until the 1970s that O. Winston Link got noticed by the art world. The New Yorker had been a professional photographer since the 1930s, shooting publicity shots for an advertising firm before World War II and doing freelance commercial photography afterward. It was a decent living, but it was anonymous work.
  • 2009: Worth another look
    The lousy economy hit home this year as Stairwell Gallery in Providence and Yes Gallery in Warren closed their doors.
  • Louise Marianetti at Bert Gallery; plus, Brian Knep at RISD
    The starched woman in Louise Marianetti's 1942 painting holds a copy of the libretto to Verdi's Aida . Her blonde ringlets are decorated with flowers, a pair of blue birds, and a veil. But what sticks with you how she stares with her eerie blue eyes.
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