Seeing straight: the f.64 revolution in photography

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Oakland Museum, 1992 - Photography - 158 pages
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Offers a look at the 1932 group of photographers and their work

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This book is published to coincide with a major traveling exhibition, organized by the Oakland Museum, which re-creates the original 1932 exhibition by Group f.64. This San Francisco Bay Area group ... Read full review

Contents

THE MEMBERS OF GROUP 64
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PERSPECTIVE ON SEEING STRAIGHT
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f 64 AND MODERNISM
34
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About the author (1992)

Naomi Rosenblum is the author of A History of Women Photographers. She lives in Long Island City, New York.

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