Walker Evans, Coal Loader, Havana, Cuba, 1933_ Evans traveled to Cuba in 1933 to take photos for an upcoming publication. Though he was given a small list of subjects to capture, he skewed toward photographing his own interests and left three weeks later with more than 400 images in hand. While in Cuba, Evans worked within a set of self-devised series, focusing on portraiture, architecture, and street scenes. The work in Cuba directly prefigured Evans’s photography of the Depression-era…
Well-Lived: Manhattan Loft
In designer Vicente Wolf's New York loft, a Dutch Colonial daybed he bought in Borneo faces VW Home chairs in his linen, left, and his wool blend. Candlesticks, 18th c., on 1960s round table, all from Italy. Italian film set lamp, 1960s. Photography by artists such as Lisette Model, Geert Goiris and Walker Evans. - Veranda.com
Signs of Ourselves Photographers like Carl Mydans, Gordon Parks, Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, Marion Post Wolcott, Arthur Rothstein, Ben Shahn, John Vachon, Russell Lee, John Collier, Jr., and Jack Delano. In what today seems like the greatest gig in photography, these determined photographers set out across the country with their cameras in hand.