Saul Bromberger & Sandra Hoover
Muddy Waters's Birthplace, The Mississippi Delta by Saul Bromberger & Sandra Hoover
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- About the Artist
Photographed by Sandra Hoover
Signed, titled, dated, and editioned by artist in pencil, au verso
Edition of 15, inclusive of all sizes
Read our interview with Saul Bromberger and Sandra HooverSaul Bromberger and Sandra Hoover have been making photography together for over 35 years. Saul was born in Israel and emigrated to America with his family when he was 9 years old. He learned about American culture and its way-of-life through his work as a newspaper photographer. Sandra, a self-taught photographer, grew up in Hayward, a city in the Bay Area of San Francisco.
Saul and Sandra have produced documentary and personal projects throughout their years of working together, beginning with the seven-year photo essay project Pride - Hearts of the Movement: The San Francisco Gay & Lesbian Freedom Day Parade: 1984-1990, which chronicles the LGBTQ+ community's pursuit of civil rights while uniting to confront the rise of AIDS. Their other documentary photo essays include House of Angels - Living with AIDS at the Bailey-Boushay House: 1992-1995, 1997, a record of the final months of several residents at the first AIDS hospice in America, in Seattle, WA.; and Our American Portraits: 1978-2006, which captures scenes of daily life in America.
Bromberger and Hoover are currently working on an ongoing project about the men and women who are long-term HIV survivors, called Portrait of the AIDS Generation.
Featured in solo and group exhibitions in California, Bromberger and Hoover's work is currently being archived by the Dolph Briscoe Center of American History, at the University of Texas in Austin.
Learn more at Saul-SandraPhoto.com