LINCOLN KIRSTEIN WALKER EVANS ESSAY

The core of the book, the photographs, are well worth having. It is worth noting that MOMA made every effort to secure original negatives for its anniversary edition and that the negative for the photograph reproduced on Page 1 of Book Review comes from the photography collection of the J. It was a stark, deeply moving but utterly unsentimental presentation of rural poverty during the Great Depression. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Share your thoughts with other customers.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. Lincoln Kirstein characterized Evans’ art as follows: All through the pictures in this book you will search in vain for an angle-shot. The pictures of men and portraits of houses have only that ‘expression’ which the experience of their society and times has imposed on them. Share your thoughts with other customers.

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Evans is a visual doctor, diagnostician rather than specialist. The faces, even those tired, vicious or content, are past reflecting accidental emotions.

This is kirstwin beautiful book of his work. Evans is a visual doctor, diagnostician rather than specialist. While the documentary importance of “American Photographs” remains, the editions of a MOMA edition, like that of and East River Press bespoke that importance less than they did the steadily growing stature of Evans as a photographic artist. It is ‘straight’ photography not only in technique but in the rigorous directness of its way of looking.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. Evans is a visual doctor, diagnostician rather than specialist. It is ‘straight’ photography not only in technique but in the rigorous directness of its way of looking. Interesting subjects mainly of people which is just what I like.

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It is the photos I bought the book for and with them I am really pleased. It is ‘straight’ photography not only in technique but esszy the rigorous directness of its way of looking. Lincoln Kirstein characterized Evans’ art as follows: Evans is a visual doctor, diagnostician rather than specialist.

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Even the inanimate things, bureau drawers, pots, tires, bricks, signs, seem waiting in their own patient dignity, posing for their picture. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. It is worth noting that MOMA made every effort to secure original negatives for its anniversary edition and that the negative for the photograph reproduced on Page 1 of Book Review comes from the photography collection of the J.

American photographs / Walker Evans ; with an essay by Lincoln Kirstein – Details – Trove

An admired book of photographs by Walker Evans, one of America’s most admired photographers, received its fourth edition recently in conjunction with an Evans exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. A classic book delivered quickly and at a good price.

It was a stark, deeply moving but utterly unsentimental presentation of rural poverty during the Great Depression. The power of Evans’ work lies in the fact that he so details the effect of circumstances on familiar specimens that the single face, the single house, the single street, strikes with the strength of overwhelming numbers, the terrible cumulative force of thousands of faces, houses and streets. Every object is regarded head-on see above and Page 1 with the unsparing frankness of a Russian icon or a Flemish portrait.

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Walksr is worth noting that MOMA made every effort to secure original negatives for its anniversary edition and that the negative for the photograph reproduced on Page 1 of Book Review comes from the photography collection of the J. Here are the pictures.

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