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Photography: The Exacting Eye of Walker Evans

Walker Evans (1903-1975) captured a place in American social, cultural, and artistic history with his unforgettable images of the Great Depression. Engaging with his later career, when he made his home in Lyme, Connecticut, The Exacting Eye of Walker Evans and this companion website trace several recurring themes in Evans’ work into the 1970s, shedding new light on the photographer by examining him as creator, editor, and collector-curator.

Amazing detail in the photos, i really like the fact you can zoom into the photographs. So be sure to check them out at the website. The little previews here don’t do them any justice really.


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