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By Maria Morris Hambourg, Jeff L. Rosenheim, Douglas Eklund, and Mia Fineman
Published in conjunction with the exhibition Walker Evans at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, February 1–May 14, 2000.
A catalogue of the Museum's acclaimed exhibition, this is the first full-length study of the photographer that draws on archival material owned by the Museum. Walker Evan's (American, 1903–1975) remarkably direct photographs of the American South, including Alabama sharecropper families of the 1930s, helped define America's image of itself. A clear-eyed observer of small town life, Evans also produced intriguing images of city dwellers in private isolation and chance encounters.
332 pages, 365 illustrations (53 in full color, 141 duotones). 10 1/8'' x 11 5/8''. Hardcover; clothbound, with jacket.
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