Toronto. Gallery owner Stephen Bulger plans to hold another exhibit of Vivian Maier photographs this coming Summer according to the Globe this morning. Bulger hopes to exhibit modern day prints from negatives he owns. There is some concern regarding copyright which may affect the price of any of the prints made from these negatives.
Vivian Maier is the Chicago nanny whose talents as a photographer were discovered after her death and the subsequent sale of her negatives and prints. A recent biography shed some light on this enigmatic soul. A second more deeply researched biography may uncover different potential heirs. Meantime Bulger hopes to print under the copyright law’s orphan works statues. Read this morning’s Globe and Mail or go online with the above link for more details.