Cornelia H. Butler, A. D. Coleman, Calif.) Museum of Contemporary Art (Los, Liz Kotz
"Photographs capture the soul of America in this catalog of an exhibition from the Ralph R. Parsons Photography Collection at MOCA, Los Angeles. Works by Brassai, Robert Frank, Helen Levitt, Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander and Garry Winogrand, among others, are profound documents of our nation and an era. Essays by exhibition curator Cornelia H. Butler, A.D. Coleman and others."Cornelia H. Butler is the author of 'The Social Scene, The Ralph R. Parsons Foundation, Photography Collection' with ISBN 9780914357742 and ISBN 0914357743.
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