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Walker Evans & company

Auteur : Peter Galassi; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Éditeur : New York : Museum of Modern Art : Distributed by H.N. Abrams, ©2000.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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"At the heart of this book lies the work of the great American photographer Walker Evans, who radically expanded the possibilities of photography as an art. Photographers before Evans had certainly conceived of their pictures as art, but in order to make that claim they had most often aimed at a cultivated visual style that would advertise its differences from the vast mass of reportorial and vernacular photography.  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Exhibitions
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Expositions
Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
Galassi, Peter.
Walker Evans & company.
New York : Museum of Modern Art : Distributed by H.N. Abrams, c2000
(OCoLC)606253779
Personne nommée : Walker Evans; Walker Evans; Walker Evans; Robert Adams; Diane Arbus; Eugène Atget; Harry Callahan; William Eggleston; Robert Frank; Lee Friedlander; Edward Ruscha; Ben Shahn; Paul Strand; Thomas Struth; Walker Evans
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Peter Galassi; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
ISBN : 0870700324 9780870700323 0810962063 9780810962064 0870700367 9780870700361
Numéro OCLC : 44130504
Notes : Catalog of an exhibition held Mar. 16-July 26, 2000.
"Under the banner MoMA2000, The Museum of Modern Art has engaged in a wide ranging exploration of modern art through its own collections, in the form of a series of exhibitions, publications, and other initiatives over a seventeen-month period from the fall of 1999 to early 2001. Walker Evans & Company is part of the second of the three cycles that constitute this ambitious project. Titled Making Choices, this cycle focuses on the years between 1920 and 1960"--P. 6.
"Walker Evans & Company aims to encourage curiosity about a crucial innovation within the tradition of modernist photography that took shape in the 1920s and 1930s"--P. 7.
Description : 271 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
Contenu : Berenice Abbott --
Robert Adams --
Diane Arbus --
Eugène Atget --
Lewis Baltz --
George N. Barnard --
Adam Bartos --
Bernd and Hilla Becher --
Richard Benson --
Laurenz Berges --
Dawoud Bey --
Studio of Mathew B. Brady --
Rudy Burckhardt --
Harry Callahan --
James Casebere --
William Christenberry --
Christo (Christo Javacheff) --
Ted Croner --
Charles H. Currier --
Bill Dane --
allan D'Arcangelo --
Stuart Davis --
Joe Deal --
Jack Delano --
Wijnanda Deroo --
Philip-Lorca diCorcia --
John Divola --
Otto Dix --
Arthur G. Dove --
Rackstraw Downes --
William Eggleston --
Philip Elliott --
Max Ernst --
Elliott Erwitt --
Walker Evans --
Louis Faurer --
Hollis Frampton --
Robert Frank --
Lee Friedlander --
William Gedney --
L. S. Glover --
Robert Gober --
Frank Gohlke --
David Goldblatt --
Felix Gonzalez-Torres --
Dan Graham --
Jan Groover --
George Grosz --
Andreas Gursky --
Chauncey Hare --
Rachel Harrison --
Edward Hopper --
Simpson Kalisher --
William Klein --
Clarence John Laughlin --
Russell Lee --
Sol LeWitt --
Roy Lichtenstein --
Edwin Hale Lincoln --
William Preston Mayfield --
Joel Meyerowitz --
Wright Morris --
Nicholas Nixon --
Gabriele and Helmut Nothhelfer --
Tod Papageorge --
Frank Paulin --
Irving Penn --
Pablo Picasso --
Robert Rauschenberg --
Thomas Roma --
James Rosenquist --
Judith Joy Ross --
Arthur Rothstein --
Edward Ruscha --
August Sander --
Jeffrey Scales --
Christian Schad --
Michael Schmidt --
Kurt Schwitters --
Ben Shahn --
G. Willard Shear --
Charles Sheeler --
Cindy Sherman --
Stephen Shore --
Art Sinsabaugh --
Aaron Siskind --
Souvenir Post Card Co. --
Michael Spano --
Ralph Steiner --
Joseph Sterling --
Joel Sternfeld --
Paul Strand --
Thomas Struth --
John Szarkowski --
George A. Tice --
John Vachon --
Paul Vanderbilt --
Robert Venturi --
Jacques Mahé de la Villeglé --
Andy Warhol --
Todd Webb --
Henry Wessel, Jr. --
Brett Weston --
Edward Weston --
Garry Winogrand --
Marion Post Wolcott --
Brian Wood --
Christopher Wool.
Autres titres : Walker Evans and company
Responsabilité : Peter Galassi.

Résumé :

"At the heart of this book lies the work of the great American photographer Walker Evans, who radically expanded the possibilities of photography as an art. Photographers before Evans had certainly conceived of their pictures as art, but in order to make that claim they had most often aimed at a cultivated visual style that would advertise its differences from the vast mass of reportorial and vernacular photography. Evan's work of the late 1920s and 1930s, however, was direct and plainspoken, conclusively demonstrating how richly articulate and challenging a photograph could become by affecting no more than a hard, clear, observant gaze at the world beyond the lens." "Evans is the moving force of Walker Evans & Company, but the book, which presents over 300 works, in photography and other mediums, by over 100 artists, has a larger subject: it is a generously expansive study of a diverse, long-lived visual tradition. Beginning with the great influences on Evans - American vernacular photography, and the work of the Europeans Eugene Atget and August Sander - Peter Galassi goes on to chart Evan's own influence on later generations of artists. That influence may be direct, or roundabout; it may also be a question less of a definite lineage than of a general inheritance, a shared focus of interest or mode of approach."--BOOK JACKET.

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