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Smithsonian Institution Press, Aug 17, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 47 pages
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Smithsonian Institution Press is pleased to join Motta Fotografia, one of Europe's foremost publishers of photography, in presenting a series showcasing the work of postwar masters. Each book includes more than forty duotone or color images and represents an original approach to a particular theme by one of the century's finest documentary or fine-art photographers.

Long noted for her sympathetic yet unsentimentally revealing photographs of those who live at the furthest reaches of society, Mary Ellen Mark here pairs images of the world's homeless and alienated with portraits of world-famous actors, musicians, writers, and other celebrities.

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Akin to the work and subject matter of Diane Arbus. Love it! Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Mark has excelled at the traditional task of a documentary photographer for over thirty years.

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