mardi 5 avril 2011

Camera obscura... Dorothea Lange

Dorothea Lange, née le 26 mai 1895 à Hoboken (États-Unis) et morte le 11 octobre 1965, etait une photographe américaine dont les travaux les plus connus ont été réalisés pendant la Grande Dépression, dans le cadre d'une mission confiée par la Farm Security Administration (FSA) (« Administration d'assurance paysanne »).

Dorothea Lange, 1934

Dorothea Lange, 1936. Photo by Paul Taylor.

Dorothea Lange in the Field, 1938

Mrs. Kahn and Child, San Francisco, studio portrait, 1928

Heading for California, Oklahoma, 1938

Man Beside Wheelbarrow, San Francisco, 1934

Maynard Dixon at his easel,ca.1920

Maynard and John at Alta, 1929

Maynard and Dan Painting, early 1930's

Maynard and Boys, End of the Visit, ca. 1934

Child of a Migratory Worker, San Joaquin Valley, California, 1936

Country store on dirt road, Gordonton, North Carolina, 1939

Toward Los Angeles, California, 1937

Refreshment stand on highway 99, Oregon, 1939

The Arnold children, Michigan Hill, Washington, 1939

Migrant children playing at nursery school, FSA camp, Tulare County, California, 1939

Homeless Boy and Cat, CCC Camp, California, ca. 1934

Oklahoma Child with Cotton Sack Ready to Go into the Field, 7 a.m., California, 1936

Father and Son on a Tractor, Texas, 1938

FSA Camp for Migrant Workers, Arvin, California, 1936

Date palms, Coachella Valley, California, 1937

Hop Harvesting, Oregon, 1939, noon, temperature 105

Girls of Lincoln Bench School, Oregon, 1939

One of the Wandering, Homeless Boys, ca. 1934

People Living in Miserable Poverty, Shacktown, Oklahoma, 1936

Sick Migrant Child, Washington, 1939

Ron Partridge Photographing at Hooverville, 1939

Southwest, ca. 1930

Resettled farm child, New Mexico, 1935

Dust storm near Mills, New Mexico, 1935
Migrant Mother. Nipomo, California, 1936

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