Windows: More Than Meets the Eye

Windows More Than Meets the Eye In a decades old valise Davida Rosenblum found a series of photographs made by her husband renowned film editor Ralph Rosenblum and also rediscovered poems she had written in response to them Both

  • Title: Windows: More Than Meets the Eye
  • Author: Davida Rosenblum Ralph Rosenblum
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In a decades old valise, Davida Rosenblum found a series of photographs made by her husband, renowned film editor Ralph Rosenblum, and also rediscovered poems she had written in response to them Both the prints and the poetry had languished, forgotten for some thirty five years Experiencing these photographs and reading the poems again, she noticed that she had seen thinIn a decades old valise, Davida Rosenblum found a series of photographs made by her husband, renowned film editor Ralph Rosenblum, and also rediscovered poems she had written in response to them Both the prints and the poetry had languished, forgotten for some thirty five years Experiencing these photographs and reading the poems again, she noticed that she had seen things in the finished prints that her husband had barely noticed, her verses rendering them visible In this book, the reader will find a union of a visual art with the written word, Rosenblum s poems further illuminating the products of her husband s uniquely selective eye Davida Rosenblum is an octogenarian memoirist who has written two books about her life Relatives The Dial Press, 1979 and Reflections Xlibris, 2008 , as well as a book of personal essays, Speaking of Art CreateSpace, 2014 In addition to roles as wife and mother, she was a pianist and piano teacher, lieder and folksong singer, speech and language pathologist, and Assistant Professor of Speech Science at the City University of New York For most of her life a New York City resident, she moved to Beverly, Massachusetts in 2005, where she currently resides Ralph Rosenblum 1925 1995 was a renowned East Coast film editor who, over nearly forty years, edited the films of Woody Allen, Sidney Lumet, William Friedkin and many other noted directors In the early 1970s, he became interested in photography, and along with his Leica camera, his wife, Davida and their VW convertible bug, traversed New York neighborhoods, capturing on 35mm film many of New York s windows as well as children s paintings on construction fences This led to two well reviewed exhibits in the rotunda of the Museum of the City of New York in the mid 1970s This book features photographs from the second of those exhibits New York Windows.

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