Gordon Parks; Philip Brookman; Corcoran Gallery of Art.
|ISBN:||0821222988 9780821222980 0821225030 9780821225035|
|注意：||Published in association with the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
Accompanies the exhibition, organized and held at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Sept. 10, 1997-Jan. 11, 1998, and nine other museums, Feb. 14, 1998-Dec. 2001.
|描述：||360 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 32 cm|
|内容：||Kansas: the early years --
Photography: the beginning --
Harlem: riot --
Black fighter pilots: racism --
Gang warfare: Harlem --
Europe and the early years at Life --
Color gallery I --
Segregation in the South --
Duke Ellington --
Flavio da Silva --
Fontenelle Family --
Civil rights --
Muhammad Ali --
Portrait gallery --
Color gallery II --
Motion pictures --
and the family --
Recent works --
Unlocked doors: Gordon Parks at the crossroads / Phillip Brookman --
|责任：||Gordon Parks ; essay by Philip Brookman.|
At the age of 84, photographer, film-maker, novelist, poet and composer Gordon Parks provides a retrospective of his photographic career. The book chronicles how he turned his rage against racism into a creative force, and his work for "Life" and "Vogue". His recent colour work is also included.