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Films

Be Filled With the Spirit, Storefront Churches, (DVD)

The Rich Have Their Own Photographers, (DVD)

Picture Man: the Poetry of Photographer Milton Rogovin, (DVD)

 

Books and Publications

New! Windows that Open Inward: Poetry by Pablo Naruda and photography by Milton Rogovin, 1998

From the Western Door to the Lower West Side, 2009

Milton Rogovin: The Lens & the Pen: Photographs and Poems, 2009

Milton Rogovin: The Making of a Social Documentary Photographer, 2006

Milton Rogovin: The Forgotten Ones, 2003

Bonds Between Us: A Celebration of Family, 2001

With Eyes and Soul: Images of Cuba, 2004

 

Program Guides

Milton's 100th Birthday Celebration Program Book (signed by Milton Rogovin)

 

Fine Art Prints

New! Commemorative Fine Art Print Signed, numbered, limited edition, digital (pigment) print created by Danziger Projects, NYC, honoring Milton Rogovin on his 100th Birthday. The photograph is from Rogovin's Lower West Side series.

 

Posters

Milton's 100th Birthday Celebration Poster (signed by Milton Rogovin, limited edition)

"From Generation to Generation," Milwaukee Art Museum Poster for Rogovin’s Lower West Side Triptychs (signed by Milton Rogovin, limited edition)

"Dignity of Labor," Signed. Issued December 9, 2005, celebrating Milton Rogovin's 95th birthday.

"DAY IN...DAY OUT," Second Annual Fall Festival For Working Women, 1979

"Every Woman Deserves an Opportunity," (signed by Milton Rogovin, limited quantity)

"Photographs by Milton Rogovin Purchased by the Burchfield Art Center," 1993, limited quantity

"Photos and the Philharmonic," 1990,
limited quantity

"The Working-Class Eye of Milton Rogovin," Gage Gallery at Roosevelt University, Chicago, 2011. (signed by Milton Rogovin, limited quantity)

"It takes an optometrist to see the things that others don't.," Art Directors Communicators of Buffalo, SIGNED, limited quantity

"Preus Fotomuseum: Milton Rogovin Fotografier," Norway, 1982. (signed by Milton Rogovin, limited quantity)

"Milton Rogovin Lower West Side, Buffalo, New York," Albright-Art Gallery, 1975. (signed by Milton Rogovin, limited quantity)

 

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More Milton Rogovin Items through Syracuse Cultural Workers

Woman With Greens, Early Mexico

"Woman with Greens," from the photo-series, East Side, Buffalo, 1961-63. Poster available through SCW.

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Films

Be Filled With the Spirit, Storefront Churches

Be Filled with the Spirit

Be Filled With the Spirit is a dynamic look into the traditions of the black storefront churches as photographed by noted social documentary photographer, Milton Rogovin.

Milton Rogovin interview by Harvey Wang. Photographs from the Rogovin Collection at the Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona Foundation. Music used by permission: Courtesy Smithsonian Folkways Recordings © 1957

Directed by Mark Rogovin. Camera and Editing by Sharon Karp. RT. 8 min, 46 sec. © 2011 The Rogovin Collection

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The Rich Have Their Own Photographers

"This Movie Could Change the World!" - Pete Seeger

In 1957, Milton Rogovin was declared “The Top Communist in Buffalo”. In reality, he was an optometrist active registering Black voters. Refusing to be silenced, he found a new political voice - a camera. The award winning documentary film, "The Rich have Their Own Photographers," had its debut at the Lincoln Center with Pete Seeger as MC and is now finally available for purchase here.

[DVD] 60 min., Ezra Bookstein filmmaker, Telling Image Films, 2007. This film includes bonus features including Pete Seeger singing for Anne and Milton.

Price: $20.00 + Shipping

For home viewing only. For public, educational, cultural or library use without authorized license is strictly prohibited. For institutional use, contact ezra@tellingimagefilms.com.

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Picture Man: the Poetry of Photographer Milton Rogovin

Picture Man, DVD Cover

[DVD] 19 min. 23 sec, 70 photographs, 17 poems, 2009.

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This October 2010, the film "Picture Man the Poetry of Photographer Milton Rogovin," won 1st prize for short documentaries in the Bayou City Inspirational Film Festival!

Milton, at age 89 years old, selected a number of his special images to write about, wanting to express in writing something more about his photographs. The 20 minute film has Milton and Anne in their dining room, projecting the photos and reading the poems.

"The poems themselves might be alright and my photographs, of course I love them, but together it brings it up to a higher level." – Milton Rogovin

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Books and Publications

Windows that Open Inward: Poetry by Pablo Naruda and Photography by Milton Rogovin

Windows that Open Inward
"...a stunning collaboration of visions: the vision of a great photographer and the vision of a great poet ... Windows that Open Inward is a beautiful book that can be read and enjoyed many times. It is a pleasure to hold in one's hands."
-- Stephen White, The Bloomsbury Review

Signed only, very limited quantity.

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This special book was published decades after the death of Pablo Neruda. Milton Rogovin wrote to the great poet Pablo Neruda in 1967 and asked if he could collaborate on a project. Includes 29 poems and 45 rarely seen photographs, 96 pages, published by White Pine Press in 1998.

Published by White Pine Press P.O. Box 236 Buffalo, NY 14201

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From the Western Door to the Lower West Side

From the Western DoorPhotographs by Milton Rogovin, Poetry by Eric Gansworth. 7 x 10in., 96 pages, 44 photographs, 19 poems, 2009.

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From the Western Door to the Lower West Side, is a collaboration between two celebrated artists: photographer Milton Rogovin and Native American poet Eric Gansworth and is an outgrowth of an exhibit  of Milton Rogovin's photographs from his Native American Series. Poet Eric Gansworth has written a book-length cycle of poems that interact with Rogovin's photographs to form a unique experience, blending the written word and visual images. The book and the photographs, taken over a period of forty years, reflect the journey from the Longhouse's Western Door of Seneca reservation culture, a culture distinctly different, from the lifestyles of Buffalo's Lower West Side, the neighborhood many people migrated to when their families left the more rural reservation homes.

Published by White Pine Press P.O. Box 236 Buffalo, NY 14201

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Milton Rogovin: The Lens & the Pen: Photographs & Poems

The Lens and the Pen8.5 x 11in., 102 pages, 70 photographs, 30 poems, 2009.

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At the age of 87, Rogovin was encouraged by his wife, Anne, to write poems to accompany some of his own photographs. Collected here are thirty of his poems, selected by Milton and his family, which are published for the first time and accompanied by those photographs that inspired the writing. "The poems themselves might be alright and my photographs, of course I love them, but together it brings it up to a higher level."

Published by Palisade Press, P.O. Box 401 Arroyo Seco, NM 87513

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Milton Rogovin: the Making of a Social Documentary Photographer

Making of a Social Documentary Photographerby Melanie Herzog, University of Washington Press and Center for Creative Photography 2006

Limited quantity available.

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The only book of Rogovin's photography that reviews each of his major series. Biographical material places Rogovin in the context of other 20th century documentary photographers and talks of his early years, family, HUAC assault and his development as a photographer.

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Milton Rogovin: The Forgotten Ones

Making of a Social Documentary Photographerby Dave Isay, Quantuck Lane Press 2003

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$75.00 (Signed) + Shipping

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Of all Rogovin’s photographing, 2/3rds is from the Buffalo area. This book has photos mainly from Buffalo and has sixteen of Rogovin’s Lower West Side Quartets. The NY based Story Corps approached Rogovin to return to his LWS Triptychs and return for the last time between 2000-2002. Interviews of the people in the series accompanies the Quartets. A film was created by Harvey Wang about the final photographing of the people in the series.

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Bonds Between Us: A Celebration of Family

Bonds Between UsPhotographs by Milton Rogovin. 8 x 10in., 96 pages, 70 B/W photographs, 2001.

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Signed (limited quantity): $50 + Shipping

Signed or Unsigned Books

This book draws from Milton Rogovin’s major series and encompasses five decades of his photographing. In the book are portraits of families from around the world. These are not glitzy celebrities seen in magazines; they are common people, both working-class and poor, for whom family is true wealth. What has been created in the photos is an intimate window on their lives that revealed how the people wanted to be perceived and recorded for posterity.

Published by White Pine Press P.O. Box 236 Buffalo, NY 14201

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With Eyes and Soul: Images of Cuba

With Eyes and SoulPoetry by Nancy Morejón, Photographs by Milton Rogovin. Bilingual edition. 8 x 10in., 115 pages, 40 photographs, 30 Poems, 2004.

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With Eyes and Soul is a stunning collaboration of visions: the vision of the great social documentary photographer Milton Rogovin and the vision of renowned Afro-Cuban poet Nancy Morejón.

Rogovin traveled to Cuba three times in the 1980s to photograph those he calls "the forgotten ones"; miners, factory workers, children, and families. He encountered poet, Nancy Morejon, who upon seeing the images, decided to write new poems and select poems from her work that resonated with the photographs. The result is a wonderful mosaic of visual images fused with poetry to create a compelling portrait of Cuba and its people. Nancy Morejón is one of the most important poets of Cuba, publishing over 20 books of poetry.

Published by White Pine Press P.O. Box 236 Buffalo, NY 14201

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Program Guides

Milton's 100th Birthday Celebration Commemorative Program Book

Program Book, Milton's 100th Birthday

Program Book, signed 8.5 x 11in. booklet, 8 pages. Click image to view larger.

Signed, Limited quantity.

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Created for the 100th birthday celebration for Milton Rogovin, including never before published photos of Milton and the family.

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Fine Art Prints

"Milton Rogovin - Buffalo," commemorative fine art (pigment print) poster featuring image from the Lower West Side series.

20 x 30in., signed, numbered, limited edition, digital print (pigment print).

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Created by Danziger Projects, NYC.

$800.00 + Shipping

Signed, numbered, limited edition, digital print (pigment print) honoring Milton Rogovin on his 100th Birthday. The photograph is from Rogovin's Lower West Side series.



Event and Exhibition Posters

Milton's 100th Birthday Celebration Commemorative Poster

Birthday Poster, signed edition 12 x 19in. commemorative poster for Milton's 100th birthday.

The Picture Man poster

Images are a montage based on the porcelain enamel panels of Rogovin photographs at the Humboldt Hospital Subway Station in Buffalo. Photographs included are many of Rogovin’s most important ones.

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"From Generation to Generation", Milwaukee Art Museum exhibit poster

From Generation to Generation poster

16 x 39in., Signed, limited editions now available.Click image to view larger.

$35.00 + Shipping (unsigned)

$55.00 + Shipping (Signed)

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This limited edition poster was produced by the Milwaukee Art Museum for their 2001 exhibition "From Generation to Generation" of Milton Rogovin's Lower West Side Triptychs. This poster was created for classroom use where students could select Triptychs that they wanted to work with and teacher would separate the sets along pre-perforated lines. On the back of each set are the dates of each photo and brief description of the Lower West Side Triptych series.

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"The Dignity of Labor"

Click image to view larger. Dignity of Labor

13.5 by 39in., Signed, limited quantity.

Issued December 9, 2005, celebrating Milton Rogovin's 95th birthday. Produced by a Buffalo labor law firm Cantor, Lukasik, Dolce and Panepinto.

$45.00 + Shipping

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"Day In ... Day Out"

Day In ... Day Out

14 x 22" Signed, limited quantity. Second Annual Fall Festival For Working Women, November 3, 1979.

$100.00 + Shipping

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"Every Woman Deserves an Opportunity"

Day In ... Day Out

11.5 x 17.5" Signed, limited quantity. Condition notes: surface is uneven. Every Woman Opportunity Center, Inc.

$100.00 + Shipping

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"Photographs by Milton Rogovin Purchased by the Burchfield Art Center "

Day In ... Day Out

15 x 17" Limited quantity. Burchfield Art Center, 1993

$75.00 + Shipping

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"Photos and the Philharmonic"

Day In ... Day Out

11 x 17" limited quantity. Rogovin's photographs orchestrated on screen with Buffalo's Philharmonic Orchestra, Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY. 1990

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"The Working-Class Eye of Milton Rogovin"

Day In ... Day Out

11 x 17" Signed, limited quantity. The Working-Class Eye of Milton Rogovin Gage Gallery/Roosevelt University, Chicago, 2011.

$100.00 + Shipping

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"It takes an optometrist to see things that others don't."

Day In ... Day Out

17 x 11" Signed, limited quantity. Published by the Art Directors Communicators of Buffalo.

$50.00 + Shipping

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"Preus Fotomuseum: Milton Rogovin Fotografier"

Day In ... Day Out

19 x 27" Signed, limited quantity. Preus Fotomuseum, Norway 1982

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"Milton Rogovin Lower West Side, Buffalo, New York"

Day In ... Day Out

17.5 x 22.5" Signed, extremely limited quantity! The very first poster for Milton Rogovin's photography. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, 1975

$150.00 + Shipping

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