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Tony Fomison, artist (1939-1990) SX-70 photograph c.1976.
© Lawrence Shustak
Lawrence N. Shustak, born in The Bronx NYC, 1926, worked as a photographer in NYC until 1973 when he emigrated to New Zealand. Best known for his 1960's portfolios of: Black Jews, Fisheye nudes, Jazz musicians (for Riverside Records), Graffiti, Street photography, SX70 Polaroids, 35mm Tri-X, 35mm Kodachrome, 8x10 handheld photography.
In New Zealand Lawrence changed the spelling of his name to Larence, and shifted his B&W practice to utilising small 35mm cameras and 1hr Photo Labs, shooting colour negative in the urban and rural environments until he passed away in 2003.