Arnold Hinton featured in New Yorker article

Arnold Hinton

Arnold Hinton is the subject of the Public Images Dept article by Sarah Larsen in the August 2, 2021 issue of the New Yorker.

“A lot of my photographs are done from waist high,” Hinton said. “I don’t look in the camera. Lisette would always ask me, ‘How did you do that?’ A lot of it dealt with being in environments where it was physically harmful, or in a country where I was the only one that looked like I looked.” Hinton is Black. “I have had guns put to my head, film taken, been locked up for being a photographer,” he said.

Read the entire article : A Thousand Words, a Million Times Over

Vera Cruz Gril by Arnold Hinton. Collection of Christina Maile and Parviz Mohassel

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