Even when she started out taking pictures, she was forgettable.
Residents of the Alps region of France, whom Vivian Maier photographed more than 60 years ago, had a chance to view themselves as children in Maier's photographs. None remembered posing for the photographer.
Jackson Fine Art, an Atlanta gallery that recently hosted a show of a small collection of Maier's work, announced in a Tweet today that a story about Maier, the French village, and her subjects recently appeared in a French newspaper.
Read a translation of the article here.