The museum said of the exhibition: 'Taken together, the photographs challenge visitors to consider what family means to them.' The photographs will be on display until June 17 Consuelo Kanaga (1894-1978) was a photographer particularly known for her pictures of African Americans.
Her work has been exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Museum.
(not facing the camera) was taken in New York City in 1991 Christopher Churchill took this photograph of a Hutterite classroom in Gildford, Montana in 2005.
Hutterites are a religious group sprung from the Anabaptist Church.
This photograph, titled 'She is a Tree of Life to Them,' was taken in 1950 Tina Barney (1945-) is a photographer known for her vibrant, color photographs of the intimate lives of posh New Yorkers and New Englanders.
Notably, he covered the trial of the men accused of murdering Emmett Till, a 14-year-old African American boy who was brutally murdered by two white men.he wants us to sleep together, i find myself weakening i want him too. An upcoming photography exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston will explore the definition of the American family.The exhibition's photographs provide snapshots of multiple generations, romantic unions and alternative family structures Milton Rogovin (1909-2011) was a documentary photographer whose work chronicling workers and families has been enshrined in the Library of Congress.
Notably, he did a photographic series on coal miners around the world.This photograph of Mr and Mrs Steve Mills was taken at Boston's Pilgrim Theatre in 1973.