Incomparable New York 1970s
-- Rose Hartman Solo Exhibition
About Rose Hartman
Born in 1937, Rose Hartman is a famous New York fashion photographer. In 1976, she photographed the wedding photo of Hemingway’s granddaughter Joan Hemingway and New York catering tycoon Jean De Noyer on the cover of the most important fashion magazine “Daily News-Record”, and since then she has laid the first of her New York fashion portrait photography. The status of the person. At the same time, Rose Hartman was the first photographer to start capturing fashion behind the scenes and was followed by the photography industry. She is good at capturing the emotions of the characters. As a New Yorker, she makes people feel the emotions and the trend of the times under the most complicated city in New York with her own method. In the past few decades, Rose's most important series of works has been the recording of the New York legend "Studio54". In New York in the 1970s, whenever night falls, “Studio54” will gather all the most iconic and popular models, stars and fashion icons in New York. “Studio54” is the symbol and the trend of New York fashion. Wind vanes and witnesses, and Rose is undoubtedly the most important recorder of this era.