The photographer Walker Evans (1903-1975) was first noted for his portrayal of the US South during the Depression era in the book "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men", and for an exhibition entitled "American Photographs" at the Museum of Modern Art. He created intimate, personal records of American life for five decades. One of the finest collections of Evans's work in private hands is that of Marian and Benjamin A. Hill of Atlanta, and their collection of 132 original prints was acquired in part directly from Evans himself. Around 88 of these, including two Polaroids and variant views of some of Evans's best-known photographs, are reproduced in this book (published to accompany an exhibition in Atlanta, New York and Detroit) and discussed in an accompanying essay.
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Descrizione libro Harry N Abrams, 1998. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110810963620
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