Dorothea Lange, Robert Coles (essay), Therese Heyman (afterword)

Photographs of a Lifetime - PUBLISHER 'S SOLD OUT, VINTAGE COPY WITH STORAGE TRACES


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Review:
"Reprinted for the first time, this is the most comprehensive collection of the photographer's work ever published. It includes portraits from her early years as a fashionable studio photographer as well as classic images that established her as the preeminent documentary artist of her time. 'Dorothea Lange: Photographs of a Lifetime' captures - like all of her work - the extraordinary in the commonplace, with rare candor, compassion, and dignity.”
(Elle magazine)

About the photographer (*1895 in Hoboken, New Jersey - 1965 in Berkely, California)
Dorothea Lange documented rural poverty for the federal Farm Security Administration from 1935 to 1939, her images becoming icons of the era.
She later photographed Japanese Americans in internment camps during World War II and traveled throughout Europe and Asia.