Women Photographers: Revolutionaries 1937-1970

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As global tensions rose and the Second World War began, many women photographers found themselves under threat or forced into exile. Others, such as Lee Miller and Margaret Bourke-White, worked as war reporters or documented the aftermath of the conflict, but a great number found new creative energy and an increased engagement with political themes. Photography became a universal language to communicate around the world, and it was used to demonstrate empathy with those outside the establishment and to provide glimpses into the daily lives of women everywhere.

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Binding method

Paperback

Author(s)

Clara Bouveresse

Language

English

Pages

144

Publication date

2020

Publisher

Thames & Hudson

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