Dorothea Lange & Depression-Era Photographers FYI

Discussion in 'Casual Photo Conversations' started by Sandy Vongries, Oct 8, 2017.

  1. Sandy Vongries

    Sandy Vongries Moderator Staff Member

    Plus Evans, Rothstein, Wolcott, Sekaer, and others (1933-1941) through November 26 at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. Courtesy of my new copy of Cowboys&Indians.
  2. Hello everyone. For those who can attend the showing. . . Bravo !! For those interested in Lange's life & works, might I suggest a Web search of her name. When you spot the PBS-American Master's site, click on it & travel thru her time & life. The video that PBS produced is EXCELLENT ! Thanks for putting this up Sandy. Bill
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  3. Ditto that. It's super.
  4. This is also available on Amazon Prime if you subscribe to it but not to PBS.
  5. For those who have Netflix service, the video is in their library.
  6. Since this thread is quieting down, I'm going to plug another documentary, not about Lange or the WPA, but about another master.

    It's one that I think is not as well known as the PBS Masters series, but which is good if you're interested in Edward Weston. This one is Eloquent Nude: The Love and Legacy of Edward Weston & Charis Wilson. It features Charis, telling stories and commenting on those times, and I found it very interesting. She's well-spoken, even in her old age. I think it's worth the DVD price of $25.

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