Paul McDonough is an American photographer, mostly known for his street photography work. He received a « Guggenheim Fellowship » grant in 1981.
He has published "New York Street Photographs 1968-1978" (Umbrage, 2010), "Sight Seeing" (Sasha Wolf Gallery, 2014) and "Headed West" (Stanley / Barker, 2021).
© Portrait with his wife author Yona Zeldis McDonough taken from the blog of Blake Andrews, to illustrate an interview with her about the work of Paul McDonough
Presentation by Stanley / Barker: " After leaving Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the city where he was born and raised, Paul McDonough went first to Cambridge, Massachussets and then New York City, where his life as a photographer began in earnest. And while he never tired of New York's kaleidoscopic street scene, he felt the tug of the west, and of the...