Inge Morath Daniel speaks with photographer Inge Morath, an Austrian photographer who, as a woman, was a pioneer in the field of news photography. She's most famous for her visits to taboo places in 1950's, like a bullfighter's dressing room in Spain and mosques in Iran. She reflects on her career, old age and her birthday exhibition, which opened in New York this weekend at the Leica Gallery.
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Inge Morath

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Inge Morath

Inge Morath

Inge Morath

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Daniel speaks with photographer Inge Morath, an Austrian photographer who, as a woman, was a pioneer in the field of news photography. She's most famous for her visits to taboo places in 1950's, like a bullfighter's dressing room in Spain and mosques in Iran. She reflects on her career, old age and her birthday exhibition, which opened in New York this weekend at the Leica Gallery.