"Winogrand 1964 gives cohesive form to Garry Winogrand's America in 195 photographs made in a single year, the majority previously unpublished. Taken together, these images depict the country at a cultural crossroads, a superpower increasingly linked by mass consumerism and television, but still a naive and quirky frontier nation. A year after the assassination of JFK, Winogrand summons the national mood as the Vietnam War begins and the Civil Rights movement inspires both race riots and significant legislation. In an unparalleled, newly researched group of pictures, the photographer most often associated with the sixties travels the United States with his characteristic appetite for life and eye for humor - shooting on the beach, at state fairs and stock shows, tourist attractions and sporting events - creating what Tod Papageorge deemed "the most accessible body of pictures he ever made."
Read Article: The Garry Winogrand Problem (1988)
Good - Very Good / Dust jacket has some light shelf wear and creasing to the edges. Inside in great condition with a hint of edge discolouration.
Author Garry Winogrand
Publication year 2002
Edition 1st Edition
Publisher Arena Editions