American Color 2

Constantine Manos


Publisher/Quantuck Lane Press

Format/ハードカバー   Pages/143   Size/238*305*20
"American Color 2" is a collection of works by American photographer Constantine Manos. Born in South California in 1934 as a child of Greek immigrants, Manos has been holding a camera since his teens, making assignments to a local newspaper at the age of 14 and being an official photographer of the Boston Symphony Orchestra at the age of 19. Ability group who was serving as. After moving to New York after several years of military service in the 1950s, he covered the civil rights movement while doing magazine work such as Life, Look, and Esquire. In the early 1960s, he traveled to Greece to trace his roots and photographed the lives of villagers, and the series was compiled in 1972 as a collection of works "A Greek Portfolio". Manos, who became a member of Magnum Photos in 1965, is the second in a series of color depictions of American culture since the 1980s. It is a documentary of the city where people's drama dwells in the contrast of the primary colors.
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