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By Fineman, Mia
An illuminating investigation of photographic manipulation, from the earliest years of the medium to 1990, which explores the techniques and motives behind the altered images
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By Hambourg, Maria Morris; Rosenheim, Jeff L.; Eklund, Douglas; Fineman, Mia
The images made by photographer Walker Evans (1903-1975) are icons of national identity that have shaped Americans' views of themselves and directly influenced important currents of modern art. This catalogue presents the range of Evans' work, from his 1920s black-and-white stree...t scenes to the color photographs of signs and letter forms.Read more
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Presents the range of Walker Evans' work, from his 1920s black-and-white street scenes of anonymous urban dwellers to the color photographs of signs and letter forms from his final years.
By Cohen, Peter J.; Fineman, Mia
For the awesomely daring women in our lives comes the perfect gift: a jewel of a book that collects vintage candid snapshots of women enjoying unconventional activities.
By Fineman, Mia; Saunders, Beth; Hanks, Tom
This fascinating view of lunar imagery explores visual representations of the moon from the dawn of photography to the present
By Fineman, Mia; Mitter, Partha; Chaudhuri, Amit; Jhaveri, Shanay
This catalogue is published in conjunction with Raghubir Singh: Modernism on the Ganges, on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, from October 11, 2017, through January 2, 2018; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, March-June 2018; and Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, July-Oct...ober 2018Read more
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