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Reframing America: Alexander Alland, Otto Hagel  Hansel Mieth, John Gutmann, Lisette Model, Marion Palfi, Robert Frank e-book

Author:

Andrei Codrescu

Language:

English

Category:

Photo

Subcategory:

Photography & Video

ePub size:

1838 kb

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Rating:

4.1

Publisher:

Univ of New Mexico Pr; First Edition, Thus edition (October 1, 1995)

Pages:

96

ISBN:

0826317693

Reframing America: Alexander Alland, Otto Hagel Hansel Mieth, John Gutmann, Lisette Model, Marion Palfi, Robert Frank e-book

by Andrei Codrescu


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EDUCATOR'S GUIDE: REFRAMING AMERICA, Through the Eyes of SevenĀ .

EDUCATOR'S GUIDE: REFRAMING AMERICA, Through the Eyes of Seven Immigrant Photographers. I came to the United States in 1940 at a very tragic time in human history and (it might sound corny) there was this man Roosevelt President, and he talked to the people on the radio and told about the Four Freedoms and the better world of tomorrow. One day, I told myself, perhaps I can help with my camera. recalled Marion Palfi. She belonged to a generation of artists who believed that art could and should effect social change.

Codrescu, Andrei, and Terence Pitts. Tucson: Center for Creative Photography; Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1995

Codrescu, Andrei, and Terence Pitts. Tucson: Center for Creative Photography; Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1995. Cohen, Susan, and William S. Johnson. Horses, Sea Lions, and Other Creatures: Robert Frank, Dave Heath, Robert Heinecken, and John Wood. Belmont, MA: Joshua Press, 1986.

The front pages have two short essays by Andrei Codrescu and Terence Pitts

Submitted by Robin Benson on December 10, 2012 - 12:06am. Seven who made a contribution. Marion Palfi (another unknown to me) has nine that cross the boundary between straight news and art photography. Not easily, done it would seem but her work captures the visual imagination. The front pages have two short essays by Andrei Codrescu and Terence Pitts. I thought the book was useful as an introduction, apart from Frank and Gutmann, to some interesting lesser-known photographers.

Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1995. Although he calls his loosely structured memoirs The Life and Times of an Involuntary Genius, its sequel In America's Shoes, and Road Scholar: Coast to Coast Late in the Century fiction, their descriptions of why he left Romania, the culture shock he experienced in Italy and then in the United States, the experiences (particularly in the San Francisco Bay area) that helped.

Reframing America explores aspects of immigration revealed through photographs taken by immigrant artists. Seven photographers from the Center for Creative Photography collection are featured: Alexander Alland, Robert Frank, John Gutmann, Otto Hagel, Hansel Mieth, Lisette Model, and Marion Palfi. These photographers came to America during the period between 1920?1950. Millions of people left their homelands during that time to seek a better life in America.

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Marion Palfi's work centered around equity, opportunity, andĀ . The narrative photography of Hansel Mieth and Marion Palfi. Rochester: RIT Cary Graphic Arts Press. Palfi, Marion (1983).

Marion Palfi's work centered around equity, opportunity, and justice for all people. In her photo book There is No More Time: An American Tragedy, Palfi documented racism and segregation in Irwinton, GA, the site of the murder of Caleb Hill, the first reported lynching of 1949. Center for Creative Photography and University of New Mexico Press. p. 76. ISBN 0826317693.

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