Henri Cartier-Bresson completed just six documentaries during his legendary career. But they are significant additions to his body of work that also shed insight into his photographic practice.
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In the Galleries: August 2022
This month in Philadelphia: John W. Mosley – Chicken Bone Beach at Temple University.
New and Notable Photobooks: The Way It Was by Thomas Hoepker
This beautifully printed monograph revisits America in the early 1960s and draws a throughline to the early days of the pandemic. In the process, a master photographer rediscovers and builds on a body of work from his formative years.
Book Review: Palante: Young Lords Party by Michael Abramson with the Young Lords Party
Inspired by the Black Panthers, the Young Lords Party was an organization of Puerto Rican activists and community organizers, many of whom were first-generation college students at the time. The movement’s heyday lasted a little under two years, from 1969 to 1971. During that time, its members were on the frontlines of the struggle for social, racial, and economic justice.