Dana Gluckstein on the Power of Photographs to Protect Disappearing Cultures
By Spectrum News Staff
PUBLISHED 12:45 PM ET Apr. 22, 2019
LOS ANGELES — On the latest LA Stories, Spectrum News 1 anchor Giselle Fernandez profiles Los Angeles photographer Dana Gluckstein, globally renowned for her prolific portraits of humankind…some of them here in SoCal in the permanent collection at LACMA. Dana shares with Giselle the power of photographs to shape consciousness and counter the separatism of people.
Worldwide, her images are recognized for capturing the essence of the soul, a reminder of our oneness, as well as a wake up call to protect disappearing cultures and Indigenous Peoples around the planet. Dana’s striking life’s work inspired her book, Dignity and an international photography exhibition that continue to bring awareness to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.