In little more than a decade of feverish creativity, Robert Frank broke the rules of documentary photography and reset the template for postwar Americans who plied their art with a camera on the street. Here are some unforgettable images from the era. Robert Frank was born in Switzerland in These are zoo pictures of caged animals snarling in impotent fury at their confinement.
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Now, as president, he is being criticized by them for the manner in which he set up a commission for that purpose. I disagree. There is no explicit request for recommendations for reform to be made to the president. Based on the named members, it appears that their selection was an effort not to have a commission dominated either by court-reform advocates or anti-reform individuals.
How Robert Frank’s Photographs Helped Define America
The Americans is a photographic book by Robert Frank which was highly influential in post-war American photography. It was first published in France in , and the following year in the United States. The photographs were notable for their distanced view of both high and low strata of American society.