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Publication date : 2020/01/02
Weight 1100 g / Dimensions 23.5 x 27.5 cm / 176 pages / en
Published on the occasion of a major exhibition at MoMA, this book offers a new approach to some of photographer Dorothea Lange’s most iconic images, such as White Angel Breadline (1933) and Migrant Mother (1936), as well as rarely exhibited shots. The photographs, some of which are reproduced in their original publication, are accompanied by contributions from a distinguished group of contemporary writers, artists, and critical thinkers who respond to the images with both personal and scholarly observations. By looking at the breadth of Lange’s career and the diverse contexts in which his work has appeared, we gain a more nuanced understanding of his approach and his belief that “all photography can be fortified by words.