Dorothea Lange: American photographs
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Jun 1, 1994 - Art - 192 pages
American Photographs includes three essays including facets of Lang's work, including her role in the evolution of American documentary style; her relationship with members of group f.64and the notion of photography as an art form in California; and her unique collaborative relationship with her husband sociologist Paul Taylor.
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An American Photographer
Dorothea Lange and Paul Taylor
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