A broad historical study of the provocative innovations of European and American photography between the World Wars. This volume presents more than ...Show synopsisA broad historical study of the provocative innovations of European and American photography between the World Wars. This volume presents more than 160 images from the Ford Motor Company Collection, a group of about 500 photographs formed by John C. Waddell, which Ford Motor Company and the collector recently gave to the Metropolitan Museum. The photographs illustrated here by Man Ray, Walker Evans, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Andre Kertesz, Alfred Stieglitz, Berenice Abbott and some 70 other artists chart the urban, technological and psychological revolutions of the modern age.Hide synopsis
The New Vision: Photography Between the World Wars, Ford Motor Company Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art – Trade paperback
by Ms. Maria Morris Hambourg, Christopher Phillips (Contributions by)
Metropolitan Museum of Art New York
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