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The Social Scene, The Ralph R. Parsons Foundation, Photography Collection

by Calif.) Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Cornelia H. Butler, A. D. Coleman, Liz Kotz, Max Kozloff

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0914357743, Paperback)

A photograph can serve as as both witness and catalyst, art object and call to action. In this catalog of a pivotal exhibition of works from the Ralph R. Parsons Photography Collection at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, photographs capture the heartbeat and mindset of America. Works by French photographer Brassai set the stage; the bulk of the exhibition features photographs by Robert Frank, Helen Levitt , Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander and Garry Winogrand, among others. When many of these works were first shown, they were met with criticism and outrage, but today, we've accepted them as profound documents of our nation and era. Includes essays by exhibition curator Cornelia H. Butler, as well as Max Kozloff, A.D. Coleman, Liz Kotz and Emily Aer. Dimension: 9 ¼ x 11 ½ inches, 125 duotone & 11 color reproductions, Exhibition Catalog.

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