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8 edition of photographs of Dorothea Lange found in the catalog.

photographs of Dorothea Lange

by Lange, Dorothea.

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Published by Hallmark Cards in association with H.N. Abrams, New York in Kansas City, Mo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Lange, Dorothea -- Exhibitions,
    • Hallmark Photographic Collection -- Exhibitions,
    • Documentary photography -- United States -- Exhibitions

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 128-129).

      StatementKeith F. Davis with contributions by Kelle A. Botkin.
      ContributionsDavis, Keith F., 1952-, Botkin, Kelle A.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTR820.5 .L363 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination132 p. :
      Number of Pages132
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL823631M
      ISBN 100810963159
      LC Control Number95079156

      Dorothea Lange’s Migrant Mother is widely recognized as the most popular social documentary photograph of all time. During the course of her year career, Lange’s style as a photographer proposed that social documentary photography is a humanist art form. Dorothea Lange: Photographs Of A Lifetime (Aperture Monograph) by Robert Coles Hardcover from Aperture Published: ISBN: Reprinted for the first time, this is the most comprehensive collection of the photographer's work ever published.

      1 day ago  In , photographer Dorothea Lange made headlines with her stunning portrait of Florence Owens Thompson, a year old pea picker in Nipomo, image—known as Migrant Mother.   Dorothea Lange ( – Octo ) was an American documentary photographer and photojournalist, best known for her Depression-era work for the Farm Security Administration (FSA). Lange's photographs humanized the consequences of the Great Depression and influenced the development of documentary photography. She studied photography at Columbia .

        Dorothea Lange captured the desperation of in a single image of a man waiting for something to eat Dorothea Lange’s “White Angel Breadline,” from   Her book, "Dorothea Lange: A Life Beyond Limits," won the Bancroft Prize. "Lange's work defines an era of destitution and drought, and still resonates even now. This is the perfect introduction to one of the world's greatest photojournalists."—"Practical Photography, "from a review of the original : Aperture Foundation.


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Photographs of Dorothea Lange by Lange, Dorothea. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dorothea Lange: Photographs Of A Lifetime (Aperture Monograph) Dorothea Lange provides us with a great insight into the human condition and the state of humanity. Her photographs are timeless works of excellence.

Anyone interested in photography, history or /5(13). A wonderful book of eighty-five, beautifully printed, Dorothea Lange photos. I think the best ones are forty-seven from the thirties when Lange was part of a small group of photographers employed by the Government to record the plight of the rural poor.

Their output (now in the Library of Congress and accessible to all) was the most photographs of Dorothea Lange book 5/5(2). Dorothea Lange was an influential American documentary photographer and photojournalist, best known for her Depression-era work for the Farm Security Administration (FSA).

Lange's photographs humanized the tragic consequences of the Great Depression and profoundly influenced the development of documentary photography/5. Dorothea Lange, American documentary photographer whose portraits of displaced farmers during the Great Depression greatly influenced later documentary and journalistic photography.

Her best-known image is Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California (). Learn more about Lange’s life and career. Dorothea Lange (), best known for her iconic photograph representing the Great Depression, Migrant Mother, had a four-decade career that culminated in the first one-woman photography. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

National Emergency Library. Top The photographs of Dorothea Lange by Lange, Dorothea. Publication date TopicsPages:   The Oakland Museum of California recently digitized the personal archive of documentary photographer Dorothea Lange, which the East Bay institution has had since her death into share with the public for the first time online at.

Best known for her work during the Great Depression chronicling the lives of impoverished migrant farmers and for documenting the. Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures now coincides with the highest unemployment numbers since the Great Depression. Lange firmly believed her photographs to be a tool for social change.

Her photographs shine a light on how little has changed and how much work still needs to be done. Dorothea Lange—well known for her FSA photographs like Migrant Mother—was hired by the U.S.

government to make a photographic record of the “evacuation” and “relocation” of Japanese-Americans in She was eager to take the commission, despite being opposed to the effort, as she believed “a true record of the evacuation would be valuable in the future.”.

The book also reveals the connection Contis felt to Lange’s desire “to really understand photography and its limits.” Lange's son, Dan Dixon, age 5,on the cover of 'Day Sleeper Author: Holly Stuart Hughes.

Lange paid sharp attention to the human condition, conveying stories of everyday life through her photographs and the voices they drew in. Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures brings iconic works from the collection together with less seen photographs, from her landmark photobook An American Exodus to projects on criminal justice reform.

Presenting. A committed social observer, Lange paid sharp attention to the human condition, conveying stories of everyday life through her photographs and the voices they drew in. Published in conjunction with the first major MoMA exhibition of Lange's in 50 years, Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures brings fresh attention to iconic works from the collection.

“Dorothea Lange in Texas on the Plains Circa ” Photo: Dorothea Lange, The Dorothea Lange Collection, the Oakland Museum of California Poverty and racial marginalization, internment camps, and life during wartime — these are among the most famous themes documentary photographer Dorothea Lange chronicled in her groundbreaking 20th century career.

THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART in New York opened, on February 9, the first major retrospective on the photography of Dorothea Lange in 50 years. Lange’s work photographing poor Americans for the Farm.

InLange gathered many of the images she took while working for the FSA in the now-iconic photo book An American Exodus. The tome fused Lange’s images, Taylor’s words, field notes, and quotes from subjects to form a nuanced, affecting. In the exhibition One Third of a Nation: The Photographs of the Farm Security Administration, viewable online at Howard Greenberg Gallery until this essential historical record comes rushing back through iconic pictures taken by Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, Ben Shahn, Arthur Rothstein, Gordon Parks, and others.

Looking at the FSA. One of the most acclaimed documentary photographers of the 20th century, Dorothea Lange helped shape our conception of the interwar years in America, contributing to our knowledge of this is best known for images of the Depression-era America which capture the plight of sharecroppers, displaced farmers and migrant workers in the s.

Profoundly concerned with. Her new book, Day Sleeper, presents previously-unseen work from Lange’s archive which Contis found, cropped and arranged: what emerges is what she calls Lange’s “everyday” work, with photographs of her family (the boy on the cover is her then-five-year-old son, Dan, in ), nature, and, yes, a lot of idle people taking naps.

There are Author: Marta Bausells. A fleeting gesture, a visual echo, an ambiguous detail: the artist Sam Contis has taught me to see these as emblems of Dorothea Lange’s work, as well as signals of a new chapter in Contis’s own career. Sam and I discovered our shared fascination with Lange a few years ago, when I was just beginning to imagine the exhibition Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures and she was just beginning to.

All of the Lange photographs are on the microfiche sheets. The book itself has text pages that include the following: Note on text-fiche, writings by Paul Taylor (Dorothea Lange's husband), Photo Captions, Notes, Selected Bibliography, and index to text and fiches.

This is an unopened book Seller Rating: % positive. A central figure within American photography, Dorothea Lange is best known for her iconic documentary images from the Great Depression. Although later isolated from their original context, her photographs were originally published in books, magazines and political pamphlets with ample textual support, often written by Lange herself.

“Dorothea Lange: Words and Pictures,” spans the career of Lange () in sections, examining her work as a chronicler of American life and events and suffering in. The Oakland Museum of California has put together a digital archive of photographs captured by Dorothea Lange, showcasing some of the best works from the 20th-century documentary photographer and photojournalist.

The extensive archive is split into four categories: The Depression, World War II at.