These Previously Unreleased Pictures Reveal How Photographer Robert Frank Made One Of The Most Enduring Portraits Of America
Seeking to document the United States in the 1950s, the Swiss photographer Robert Frank shot twenty-seven thousand pictures. From these he selected eighty-three, which he published in a book that can still be found in every serious photography library. The Americans is a portrait of a nation as only a foreigner could see it, justly compared to Vladimir Nabokov's contemporaneous Lolita. Many of the eighty-three images – such as Frank's photograph of a black nurse clutching a white baby in…
The way things used to be: Incredible pictures of early 1950s London
Pioneering documentary photographer Robert Frank's collection of black and white photographs gives a unique glimpse of what life in the city was like for the rich and poor during the 1950s.
Фотограф и режиссёр Роберт Франк - биография и творчество
Биография и коллекция чёрно-белых фотографий Роберта Франка, автора самой влиятельной фотокниги 20-го века.
New York Is by Robert Frank
The New York Times is showcasing some never-before-published photos by Robert Frank–taken in 1958 (a year before the publication of The Americans). The photos were commisioned for a promotion…
Robert Frank - "Valencia 1952" (2012)
‘”There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment” - Robert Frank REVIEW: Robert Frank – Valencia 1952 (2012) By Fanny Landstrom, ASX UK, April 2013 In 1952, the Swiss born photographer Robert Frank leaves his job and his then current habitat New York to travel
A Statement by Robert Frank (1958)
With these photographs, I have attempted to show a cross-section of the American population. My effort was to express it simply and without confusion. By Robert Frank, U.S. Camera Annual, p. 115, 1958 I am grateful to the Guggenheim Foundation for their confidence and the provisions they made for
Robert Frank | Platte River, Tennessee (1961) | Available for Sale | Artsy
Available for sale from Robert Mann Gallery, Robert Frank, Platte River, Tennessee (1961), Silver print, 14 × 11 in
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Robert Frank’s “The Americans”: Timeless Lessons Street Photographers Can Learn
“The Americans” by Robert Frank is one of the most influential photo books published of all-time. It has inspired countless numbers of photographers across all genres, especially appeal…