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John Maloof

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Photographer and chief curator of Vivian Maier's work; editor of Vivian Maier: Street Photographer; co-director of the film Finding Vivian Maierauthor of Portage Park

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In 2007, a Chicago man named John Maloof bought a box of photo negatives at an auction house for a couple of hundred dollars.

“Finding Vivian Maier”

In 2007, a Chicago man named John Maloof bought a box of photo negatives at an auction house for a couple of hundred dollars.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Host Madeleine Brand looks at news, culture and emerging trends through the lens of Los Angeles, weekdays at noon.

Vivian Maier

Host Madeleine Brand looks at news, culture and emerging trends through the lens of Los Angeles, weekdays at noon.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In 2007, a Chicago man named John Maloof bought a box of photo negatives at an auction house for a couple of hundred dollars.

Searching for Vivian Maier

In 2007, a Chicago man named John Maloof bought a box of photo negatives at an auction house for a couple of hundred dollars.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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