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By Margaret Bourke-White

Margaret Bourke-White was a thoroughly contemporary photographer. Her photography has always reflected the changing times; her early work was in the soft painterly style popular at the time, and then with age of machinery, her work took on the abstract qualities of the industrial objects she photographed. Most importantly, she kept a close photojournalist eye to the unforgettable events that took place in her lifetime. WWII, the liberation of India, the growing poverty in America, she was there. This book is an expansive and comprehensive look at her body of work. Text by Vicki Goldberg.

Item Number: B5309

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Product Information:
Year: 1988
Images: 4 color and 112 bw
120 pages



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