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Gordon Parks - 1956. I chose this photo because I feel it may have been an important piece of history and culture during the Civil Rights era. This photograph tells us how things were for blacks in history and shows great composition in terms of the history of photography.

Gordon Parks - 1956. I chose this photo because I feel it may have been an important piece of history and culture during the Civil Rights era. This photograph tells us how things were for blacks in history and shows great composition in terms of the history of photography.

Purchase the Exhibition Catalogue - Gordon Parks: Segregation Story WANT TO SEE THIS EXHIBIT!

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Ingrid Bergman, "Stromboli", Gordon Parks, 1949.

This 1950s Photo Essay On Racism In America Is As Relevant As Ever

We Had Faces Then — joeinct: Untitled, Harlem, Photo by Gordon Parks,...

We Had Faces Then — joeinct: Untitled, Harlem, Photo by Gordon Parks,...

Big Picture: Gordon Parks: Gordon Parks image of children of poor rural land owners in the 1940s

Big picture: interracial children’s camps, by Gordon Parks – in pictures

Big Picture: Gordon Parks: Gordon Parks image of children of poor rural land owners in the 1940s

Evening wraps in New York, 1956. Gordon Parks's photographs suggested that he caught his subjects off guard and midaction, as if they were waiting for a bus, in the middle of a shopping trip or expecting a lunch date. Parks captured these casual moments with a sense of intimacy and awareness. The viewer imagined the moment, which was framed dramatically, as if part of a narrative. (Photo: Gordon Parks, courtesy the Gordon Parks Foundation)

The Fashionable Mr. Parks

Evening wraps in New York, 1956. Gordon Parks's photographs suggested that he caught his subjects off guard and midaction, as if they were waiting for a bus, in the middle of a shopping trip or expecting a lunch date. Parks captured these casual moments with a sense of intimacy and awareness. The viewer imagined the moment, which was framed dramatically, as if part of a narrative. (Photo: Gordon Parks, courtesy the Gordon Parks Foundation)

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