Dorothea Lange

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United States photographer remembered for her portraits of rural workers during the Depression (1895-1965)


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Um tipo de observacao historica como este, que tenta sondar com alguma profundidade o oficio do fotografo (no caso de Dorothea Lange, fotografa documentarista), deve considerar a dinamica da producao da fotografia tanto ou mais que a propria analise da imagem.
Around the time that I had seen that Dorothea Lange photograph, I also started learning about Gordon Parks.
The Oakland Museum of California Collections: Dorothea Lange.
44) A profile of photographer Dorothea Lange (1895-1965), who captured iconic images of the Great Depression, Dust Bowl and WWII Japanese-American internment camps, by her granddaughter (and acclaimed cinematographer) Dyanna Taylor.
Synopsis: Dorothea Lange never out of vogue, now her famous black and white images are in color bringing the real events closer to the observer, giving you a more realistic view of how things were during the migration to California 1935-1939.
In her solo exhibition "Faces and Phases" at Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York in February 2013, Muholi featured a row of black-and-white photographs of black lesbians posed with the severity of Renaissance portrait paintings and with the intense social interrogation of Dorothea Lange photographs.
The book includes many b&w photos of the trip, plus b&w portrait paintings, photos, and TV and film stills related to the musicians, artists, writers, and shows that contributed to the mythology of Route 66, such as Woody Guthrie, John Steinbeck, Dorothea Lange, and of course Bobby Troup, author of the song that immortalized Route 66.
Phedon Papamichael, is at once ravishing and melancholy, evoking both Robert Suttees' Last Picture Show lensing and a host of iconic American still photography (Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, et al.
Though most of the spiders are not much larger than a quarter, many have big namesakes: Cesar Chavez, entertainer Penn Jillette and photographer Dorothea Lange all lend their names to new species.
Other species have been named after naturalist John Muir, photographer and photojournalist Dorothea Lange, magician Penn Jillette, President Barack Obama, Sarlacc, and Bond's 9-year-old daughter, Elisabeth.
Lo cierto es que Riis logro influirle hasta tal punto que Roosvelt, una vez en el poder, puso en marcha tras la Gran Depresion el famoso New Deal en el que promovio reformas a nivel rural que fueron posteriormente documentadas con las fotografias de la Farm Security Administration (FSA), en cuyas filas se encontraban fotografos como Dorothea Lange (9).
The book features works by well-known artists such as Dorothea Lange, Rockwell Kent, and Anton Refregier, but also resurrects older political artists who have largely been forgotten, including Leon Carlin and Giacomo Patti.
If, for example, you searched Dorothea Lange but misspelled her name, you can still find her photographs in the new catalog.
At university I was intrigued by photographers from the Depression era, like Walker Evans and Dorothea Lange.
In the 1930s, the devastating effects of the Great Depression were movingly depicted by Farm Security Administration photographers such as Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans, publicizing the needed reforms of Roosevelt's New Deal.