Gordon Parks and Earvin "Magic" Johnson honored by the Jackie Robinson Foundation
NYP2002031205 - NEW YORK, March 11 (UPI) -- Director Gordon Parks, who received the 2002 Lifetime Achievement Award, is congratulated by Oscar Award winning actor Lou Gosset Jr., left, at the March 11, 2002, Robie Award ceremonies in New York City. rlw/ep/Ezio Petersen UPI
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Access to Life magazine's photo archive -- including more than 10 million images -- will soon be available on a service from Google, Time Inc. said Tuesday.
What is being billed as the largest grouping of celebrity artwork ever exhibited is set to go on public display at Artexpo Las Vegas at the end of the month.
Hollywood's first major black director, Gordon Parks, best known for "Shaft" and "The Learning Tree," has died in New York. He was 93.
For the first time in the history of American photography the role of the camera in creating and perpetuating racial stereotypes is being explored in a large and unsettling exhibition at the International Center of Photography. The show, which will later
Boogie-woogie and traditional jazz pianist and arranger Billy Maxted was born this day in 1917 in Racine, Wis.