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"What is a photograph?" Garry Winogrand (1928-1984) asks in his iconic, gravelly Bronx accent. Decades before digital technology transformed how we make and see pictures,Winogrand made hundreds of thousands of them with his 35mm Leica, creating an encyclopedic portrait of America from the late 1950s to the early 1980s in the process. When he died suddenly at age 56, Winogrand left behind more than 10,000 rolls of film - more than a quarter of a million pictures! These images capture a bygone era: the New York of Mad Men and the early years of the Women's Movement, the birth of American suburbs, and the glamour and alienation of Hollywood. He produced so many unseen images that it has taken until now for the full measure of his artistic legacy to emerge. Forged by Winogrand's own words and images, GARRY WINOGRAND: ALL THINGS ARE PHOTOGRAPHABLE is a stunningly intimate portrait of an artist who both personified his era and transformed it.


  • Geoff Dyer
  • Jeffrey Fraenkel
  • Susan Kismaric
  • Erin O'Toole
  • Tod Papageorge
  • Leo Rubinfien
  • Jeffrey Henson Scales
  • Laurie Simmons
  • Matt Stuart
  • Michael Ernest Sweet

Atom User Reviews

5.0 out of 5


Sep 20, 2018

Alert not just to shifts in the critical zeitgeist but to accompanying changes in social mores, the fascinating film speaks to the most sophisticated students of fine-art photography without alienating casual buffs.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
Sep 17, 2018

Sasha Waters Freyer forges a poignant portrait of an artist attempting to transcend the limitations of his art by refusing to see the process through.

Metacritic review by Chuck Bowen
Chuck Bowen
Slant Magazine
Sep 12, 2018

Offers a decent if superficial portrait of the man and a vast sampling of the work that identifies him, undeniably, as an artist.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation