Beauty Is In the Eye ~ The Time We Live In
Aired On: Jun 9, 2011
Melvin Sokolsky shares his personal insights of how the press and media have influenced the concept of beauty over the ages.
Melvin Sokolsky was born and raised in New York City where he started his distinguished career as a stills photographer. At the age of 21, Sokolsky was invited to join the staff of Harper's Bazaar. Within the next few years, he worked as a major contributor to four prestigious magazines: Esquire, McCall's, Newsweek and Show. His photographs of...
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