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Un mundo en blanco y negro fue el que Walker Evans, fotógrafo norteamericano, capturó a partir de 1928. Con una cámara de 6 x 12 tomó sus primeras fotografías.

Un mundo en blanco y negro fue el que Walker Evans, fotógrafo norteamericano, capturó a partir de 1928. Con una cámara de 6 x 12 tomó sus primeras fotografías.

Walker Evans (1903-1975) American photographer known for his 8"x10" plates for the Farm Security Administration (FSA) documenting the effects of the Great Depression. Student at the Sorbonne, writer at Time magazine, editor at Fortune magazine and Professor at Yale. His entire work is © The Metropolitan Museum of Art http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walker_Evans

Walker Evans (1903-1975) American photographer known for his 8"x10" plates for the Farm Security Administration (FSA) documenting the effects of the Great Depression. Student at the Sorbonne, writer at Time magazine, editor at Fortune magazine and Professor at Yale. His entire work is © The Metropolitan Museum of Art http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walker_Evans

Las imagines represents el momento, es instantaneous, no preparado.  Wash Day, 1930 by Walker Evans

Las imagines represents el momento, es instantaneous, no preparado. Wash Day, 1930 by Walker Evans

Las imagines represents el momento, es instantaneous, no preparado. Walker EVANS :: Girl in Fulton Street, NYC, 1929

Las imagines represents el momento, es instantaneous, no preparado. Walker EVANS :: Girl in Fulton Street, NYC, 1929

Walker Evans: Documenting the Great Depression | Orwellwasright's Weblog

Walker Evans: Documenting the Great Depression

Walker Evans: Documenting the Great Depression | Orwellwasright's Weblog

Art I Love: Walker Evans "Untitled (Man and Movie Poster, New Orleans, Louisiana or Vicksburg, Mississippi)" 1936 | The MCB Project

Art I Love: Walker Evans "Untitled (Man and Movie Poster, New Orleans, Louisiana or Vicksburg, Mississippi)" 1936 | The MCB Project

A citizen in downtown Havana, Cuba (1933), by Walker Evans (1903-1975)

A citizen in downtown Havana, Cuba (1933), by Walker Evans (1903-1975)