Francis M. Naumann Talk at Milton Art Bank

DoppelHouse author Francis M. Naumann writes an opening essay to introduce Naomi Savage’s comprehensive photography book that accompanies a solo exhibition at the Milton Art Bank.

MAB describes Naomi Savage (1927–2005) as a highly innovative photographer, who regarded the darkroom as a laboratory where she could invent new and exciting techniques that began with photography but which expanded the capability of the medium to new and previously unexplored limits. She was the niece of Man Ray and studied with him for a brief period in Hollywood, California.

Watch Francis M. Naumann visit and discuss Naomi Savage’s recent exhibit at the Milton Art Bank here.