Walker Evans (1903-1975) is certainly one of the most significant American photographer of the XXth century. His photographs of American Great Depression, his portfolios published in Fortune magazine and its very own definition of "documentary style" undoubtedly influenced his peers.
This fascinating interview sheds a new light on the personnality and the work of the artist.
This book is incorporated in the serie of "Ecrits" published by the Centre Pompidou, an essential collection to apprehend the most famous names of modern and contemporary art.
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