Places, an online journal of environmental design published in partnership with Design Observer, has just published an online slideshow “Gita Lenz: New York Views.”
The site features work by the mid-century New York photographer Gita Lenz, whose long neglected work is now gaining new attention. Lenz lived most of her life in Greenwich Village where from the 1940s through the mid-1960s, she the city and life around her first in the documentary tradition and then in abstraction. Lenz died January 20th, 2011 at a nursing home in New York City. The gallery can be found on here.