Walker Evans : the hungry eye / Gilles Mora and John T. Hill ; [translated from the French by Jacqueline Taylor].

Beginning with early abstractions and a project on the Brooklyn Bridge, this book covers the artist's work in New England, Tahiti, Cuba, Florida, and New Orleans, and his involvement with the Farm Security Administration which led to the book Let Us Now Praise Famous Men.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Mora, Gilles, 1945-
Other Authors: Hill, John T.
Format: Book
Published: New York : H.N. Abrams, 1993.
Table of Contents:
  • 1927-32: Early abstractions.
  • Brooklyn Bridge.
  • New York streets.
  • Victorian architecture.
  • 1932-35: Tahiti.
  • Havana.
  • African sculpture.
  • The deep south.
  • Antebellum architecture.
  • 1935-38: Farm Security Administration.
  • American photographs.
  • Let Us Now Praise Famous Men.
  • 1938-45: The subway.
  • Florida: the Mangrove coast.
  • Bridgeport: the war factories.
  • 1945-65: Labor anonymous.
  • Chjicago: a camera exploration.
  • California beaches.
  • Views from the train.
  • Beauty of the common tool.
  • Aboard the Liberte.
  • 1927-75: Signs and graffiti.
  • Postcards.
  • Trash.
  • Color