2 edition of Dorothea Lange Collection found in the catalog.
Dorothea Lange Collection
|Statement||Dorothea Lange ; Art Department,Oakland Museum,Oakland,California.|
|Series||Dorothea Lange Collection|
|Contributions||Art Department,Oakland Museum,California.|
The Oakland Museum of California houses Lange’s personal archive, a gift from the artist that inclu negatives, 6, vintage prints, field notes, and personal memorabilia. Curators and researchers from around the world visit the Museum to access the Lange collection. The photographer Dorothea Lange is such a figure, a woman whose quietly searing depictions of the American Dream gone awry reflect her own innermost struggles and resonate powerfully with our own. Linda Gordon, a professor of history at New York University.
Dorothea Lange was a successful portrait photographer in San Francisco when the stock market crashed in As her business diminished with the Depression, she began photographing the world around her, including labor strikes and protests. Then married to renowned California landscape painter Maynard Dixon, Lange became increasingly politicized. “Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing and these teacher resources draw heavily from the Oakland Museum of California’s Dorothea Lange Collection, a rich assemblage of primary sources. This personal archive was a gift from the artist. It includes approximat negatives, 6, vintage prints, field notes, and personal memorabilia.
Dorothea Lange's Photographs and Reports from the Field Dorothea Lange: Photographs of a Lifetime by Robert Coles; Dorothea Lange (Photographer) Call Number: TRL3 A3 In , Dorothea Lange photographed an ex-sharecropper waiting to collect his relief check. His hat is bent and frayed, his eyes are hard little triangles, his mouth is Author: Jackson Arn.
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Dorothea is a major American photographer. This book published by Aperture is a major introduction to her work A long essay by Robert Coles introduces her work. Large glossy photos in black and white complete the book of pages. There is a recent biography of her "Dorothea Lange: A Life Without Limits" by Linda Gordon/5(12).
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device by: Guide to the Lange (Dorothea) Collection the Dorothea Lange archive has received heavy use by scholars, researchers, and the general public.
The astonishing range of subjects and themes addressed by Lange over a fifty-year career, coupled with her unusual sensitivity and vision, have made her photographs useful for publications. Near the end of the book, Lange collaborates with the Museum of Modern Art in New York on a major retrospective of her photographs.
It is an enormous amount of work. She asks Daniel to help her. Lange, Dorothea -- Exhibitions, Hallmark Photographic Collection -- Exhibitions, Documentary photography -- United States -- Exhibitions Publisher Kansas City, Mo.: Hallmark Cards in association with H.N.
Abrams, New YorkPages: Lange paid sharp attention to the human condition, conveying stories of everyday life through her photographs and the voices they drew in.
Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures brings iconic works from the collection together with less seen photographs, from her landmark photobook An American Exodus to projects on criminal justice reform.
Presenting her work across many. Dorothea Lange—well known for her FSA photographs like Migrant Mother —was hired by the U.S. government to make a photographic record of the “evacuation” and “relocation” of Japanese-Americans in She was eager to take the commission.
Dorothea Lange, American documentary photographer whose portraits of displaced farmers during the Great Depression greatly influenced later documentary and journalistic photography. Her best-known image is Migrant Mother, Nipomo. Dorothea Lange ( – Octo ) was an American documentary photographer and photojournalist, best known for her Depression-era work for the Farm Security Administration (FSA).
Lange's photographs influenced the development of documentary photography and humanized the consequences of the Great Depression. Wikidata. Dorothea Lange's Yakima Valley Photographs. The Farm Security Administration commissioned Dorothea Lange to document the conditions of migrant farm workers and FSA programs and clients in Washington's Yakima Valley in Lange had previously photographed migrant workers in California and rural poverty in Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas.
Synopsis. During the Great Depression, Dorothea Lange photographed the unemployed men who wandered the streets. Her photographs of migrant workers were often presented with captions featuring the words of the workers themselves.
Lange’s first exhibition, held inestablished her reputation as a skilled documentary : Dorothea Lange On a wall in the exhibition hangs Dorothea Lange’s original print of Plantation Owner and His Field Hands, Mississippi Delta, Near Clarksdale, Mississippi ().
It depicts a large white man with his foot raised casually on the bumper of a car as five notably thinner black men sit or stand, somewhat uncomfortably, behind him. Linda Gordon, who wrote a book on the renowned photographer called Dorothea Lange: A Life Beyond Limits, recalls one of Lange's favorite sayings: A camera is a tool for learning how to see without.
Dorothea Lange is best known as a documenter of America’s Great Depression. Over the second half of the s, she worked for the Farm Security Administration, capturing the plight of Author: Eve Watling. Dorothea Lange (), best known for her iconic photograph representing the Great Depression, Migrant Mother, had a four-decade career that culminated in the first one-woman photography.
To coincide with the show “Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures,” now on view at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art, Contis has published Day Sleeper, a book of. Celebrating A Collection: The Work of Dorothea Lange HEYMAN, Therese Thau, Daniel Dixon, Joyce Minick, and Paul Schuster Taylor - Dorothea Lange Published by The Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA ().
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Results (1 - 30). Partridge (writing, Vermont Coll. of Fine Arts; Restless Spirit: The Life and Work of Dorothea Lange), an established children's book author, examines the career and works of her godmother, Dorothea Lange, one of the 20th century's most important women photographers.5/5(1). By Sarah Sunday.
Showcasing poignant images of hardship and strife, Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing is a collection of the late American photographer’s works throughout the 20th century. The collection highlights the social tribulations that ensued throughout major events such as the Dust Bowl, the Great Depression and World War II.
Supported by government programs and new picture magazines like LIFE, Dorothea Lange and other photographers of the s and '40s created an indelible record of everyday life in difficult times.
The Great Depression caused many photographers to consider the camera as an instrument of social change.Photograph by Dorothea Lange. You can see anything you want to in her. She is immortal. Roy Stryker, Farm Security Administration.
Explore the Photograph. Previous photograph Next photograph. Return to the collection. Previous photograph. Next photograph. The picture that did more than any other to humanize the cost of the Great Depression.Dorothea's Eyes is a very nice biographical illustrated children's book about the life of famed photographer, Dorothea Lange, written by Barb Rosenstock, with illustrations by Gerard DuBois.
The language used to tell Dorothea's story has a lovely poetic quality, although not poetry/5.