The Photographic Works of Marvin Koner

For nearly four decades, American photojournalist Marvin Koner, traveled the world capturing the people, places and personalities that shaped the latter half of the 20th century.

Marvin first became fascinated with the camera as an instrument of personal expression while serving as a First Lieutenant in the Army’s Photo Intelligence Unit during the Second World War. After his service Marvin returned to New York to study under Alexy Brodovitch, the pioneering graphic designer and art director of Harper’s Bazaar.

Mr. Koner's photographs are in the Permanent Collection of The International Center for Photography, The Museum of Modern Art and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. His work has appeared in Life, LOOK, Fortune, Redbook, Collier's and Esquire.

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