PICTURING POVERTY: Print Culture and FSA Photographs
Focusing on noted images by Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans, as well as those of lesser-known photographers, the author explores how popular magazines constructed the complex, and often contradictory, messages about poverty, exploring a moment in American history when visual images took center stage as the nation struggled with economic, political, and social strife. Photos.
Size: 6x9 inches
Item #: 3621987
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