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Picturing Arizona: The Photographic Record of the 1930s - Herausgeber: Morrissey, Katherine G.; Jensen, Kirsten
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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: UNIV OF ARIZONA PR], As cultural documents, as works of art, and as historical records, photographs of 1930s Arizona tell a remarkable story. They capture enduring visions of the Depression that linger in cultural memory: dust storms, Okies on their way to California, breadlines, and ramshackle tent cities. This book places the work of local Arizonans alongside that of federal photographers both to illuminate the impact of the Depression on the state's distinctive racial and natural landscapes and to show the influence of differing cultural agendas on the photographic record. The more than one hundred images--by well-known photographers such as Dorothea Lange and Laura Gilpin as well as by an array of less familiar photographers-represent a variety of purposes and perspectives, from public to personal, political to promotional. Six essays and three photo-essays bring together prominent authorities in history, the arts, and other fields who provide diverse perspectives on this period in Arizona and American history. Viewed together, the words and images capture a Depression-era Arizona bustling with activity as federally funded construction projects and seasonal agricultural jobs brought migrants and newcomers to the state. They convey the celebrations and the struggles of commercial photographers, archaeologists, city folks, farmers, tourists, native peoples, and others in these hard times. Photographs can conceal as much as they reveal. A young Mexican American girl stands in front of backdrop that hides the outhouse behind her, a deeply moving image for what it suggests about the efforts of her family to conceal their economic circumstances. Yet this image is a perfect metaphor for all the photographs inthis book: stories remain hidden, but when viewers begin to question what they cannot see, pictures resonate more loudly than ever before. This book is a history of Arizona written from the photographic record, offering a point of view that may differ from the written recor Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: UNIV OF ARIZONA PR], As cultural documents, as works of art, and as historical records, photographs of 1930s Arizona tell a remarkable story. They capture enduring visions of the Depression that linger in cultural memory: dust storms, Okies on their way to California, breadlines, and ramshackle tent cities. This book places the work of local Arizonans alongside that of federal photographers both to illuminate the impact of the Depression on the state's distinctive racial and natural landscapes and to show the influence of differing cultural agendas on the photographic record. The more than one hundred images--by well-known photographers such as Dorothea Lange and Laura Gilpin as well as by an array of less familiar photographers-represent a variety of purposes and perspectives, from public to personal, political to promotional. Six essays and three photo-essays bring together prominent authorities in history, the arts, and other fields who provide diverse perspectives on this period in Arizona and American history. Viewed together, the words and images capture a Depression-era Arizona bustling with activity as federally funded construction projects and seasonal agricultural jobs brought migrants and newcomers to the state. They convey the celebrations and the struggles of commercial photographers, archaeologists, city folks, farmers, tourists, native peoples, and others in these hard times. Photographs can conceal as much as they reveal. A young Mexican American girl stands in front of backdrop that hides the outhouse behind her, a deeply moving image for what it suggests about the efforts of her family to conceal their economic circumstances. Yet this image is a perfect metaphor for all the photographs inthis book: stories remain hidden, but when viewers begin to question what they cannot see, pictures resonate more loudly than ever before. This book is a history of Arizona written from the photographic record, offering a point of view that may differ from the written recor Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: UNIV OF ARIZONA PR, 247 Seiten, L=257mm, B=183mm, H=21mm, Gew.=848gr, [GR: 13190 - HC/Reiseführer/Kunstreiseführer/Welt gesamt], [SW: - Photography], Gebunden

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