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Series: Photofile

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American Photographers of the Depression Farm Security Administration Photographs 1935-1942(Pantheon Photo Library) by Centre National De La Photographie
Anders Petersen (Photofile) by Anders Petersen
André Kertész (Photofile) by André Kertész
Araki (Photofile) by Nobuyoshi Araki
Berenice Abbot 61 by Photo Poche
Bill Brandt (Photofile) by Bill Brandt
Brassai by Roger Grenier
Bruce Davidson Photographs by Bruce Davidson
Bruce Gilden by Bruce Gilden
Camera Work: Stieglitz, Steichen and their Contemporaries (Photofile) by Françoise Heilbrun
Daido Moriyama (Photofile) by Gabriel Bauret
Don McCullin (Photofile) by Don McCullin
Duane Michals by Duane Michals
Edward Steichen (Photofile) by Edward Steichen
Elliott Erwitt (Photofile) by Elliott Erwitt
Ernst Haas (Photofile) by Ernst Haas
Eugène Atget (Pantheon Photo Library, Vol 2) by Eugene Atget
Eugene Smith (Photofile) by William S. Johnson
Found Photography (Photofile) by Anne-Marie Garat
Gordon Parks (Photofile) by Paul Roth
Guy Bourdin (Photofile) by Gilles de Bure
Helmut Newton (Photofile) by Helmut Newton
Henri Cartier-Bresson by Henri Cartier-Bresson
Jacques-Henri Lartigue by Jacques-Henri Lartigue
Joel-Peter Witkin by Joel-Peter Witkin
Josef Koudelka by Josef Koudelka
Lewis Carroll by Colin Ford
Magnum Photos (Photofile) by Magnum
Man Ray by Man Ray
Marc Riboud by Marc Riboud
The Nude (Photofile) by Bernard Noël
Origins of British Photography (Photofile) by Mark Haworth Booth
Paolo Roversi (Photofile) by Gilles de Bure
Peter Beard (Photofile) by Peter Beard
Photomontage: Experimental Photography Between the Wars (Photofile) by Michel Frizot
Robert Capa (Photofile) by Jean Lacouture
Robert Doisneau: Retrospective by Peter Hamilton
Robert Frank by Robert Frank
Sarah Moon by Sarah Moon
Saul Leiter (Photofile) by Saul Leiter
Sebastião Salgado by Sebastião Salgado
Surrealist Photography (Photofile) by Christian Bouqueret
Walker Evans (Photofile) by Walker Evans
Weegee (Photofile) by Weegee
Werner Bischof (Photofile) by Werner Bischof

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The Photofile series is the original English-language edition of the Photo Poche collection. It was conceived and produced by the Centre National de la Photographie, Paris

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