Walker Evans became a photographer after moving to New York in 1927. One of his first projects was photographing the effects of the Great Depression in the American south-east. This collection of some of Walker's most famed pictures helped to present to the world the idea of America that many today accept as fact. Published by MoMa, the book is a replication of the 1938 edition, which was made modern thanks to new digital technologies.
(H)9" x (W)8"
75th Anniversary Edition, includes essays by Lincoln Kirstein and Sarah Hermanson Meister
Published by the Museum of Modern Art