William Eggleston in the Real World
A photographer brings color to everyday lives.
In the 1960s, William Eggleston took color photographs of everyday objects and called them art, said Jan Stuart in Newsday. His 1974 show at the Museum of Modern Art was groundbreaking at a time when there was still controversy over whether even classically framed black-and-white photographs were museum-worthy. Filmmaker Michael Almereyda gained rare access to the laconic Southern photographer, who