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Editta Sherman, The Duchess of Carnegie Hall, Turns 100

Born Editta Rinaldo to Italian immigrants in 1912, Ms. Sherman photographed a who’s who of stars in her lifetime. Today, on her 100th birthday, her archive is a meticulous collection of portraits documenting celebrity of times past. Click to read the New York Times article.

Editta Sherman, The Duchess of Carnegie Hall

Editta in many ways embodies the artistic spirit that once made New York the art capital of the world, where the likes of Marilyn Monroe and Andy Warhol mingled in what were truly casual artistic encounters.

Editta Sherman featured in WNBC-TV News at Five

The coverage of Editta Sherman’s session with the celebrated comedian Mr. Jackie Mason…

Conversation with Harold Hudson Channer

Photographer Editta Sherman talks about what keeps her young and vibrant at the age of 92.

Editta Sherman on YouTube

A swan dance set to a modern song.

Editta Sherman’s Profile for Thrive NYC Magazine

By Rachel Bonham Carter

My grandmother would have turned 95 this year. I have a photograph taken nine years ago of the moment she held her first great-grandchild, my first nephew: the two softest faces I knew, cheek-to-cheek, paper-thin skin against brand new plumpness. That picture was very much in my mind when, soon after having my own baby last summer, I was asked to interview celebrity portrait photographer Editta Sherman, aged – you’ve guessed it – 95….

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