Robert Frank is one of the most influential of all post-war photographers. This book is not hardcover (although it is not exactly typical softcover either). Instead, it has a flexible, durable plastic cover that seems pretty unique.
Robert Frank is one of the most influential of all post-war photographers. Pioneering a revolutionary approach to photography and filmmaking. The book itself is a catalog from the current Robert Frank exhibit at the Tate in London, but Frank himself helped put it together and you can tell. I think it is his most exciting book in years, probably since "The Lines of My Hand," although "Moving Out" was very comprehensive. If you are already a Robert Frank fan, I suspect you will NOT be disappointed by "Storylines.
Tucker, Anne and Philip Brookman, eds. – Robert Frank: New York to Nova Scotia (Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1986).
1947–2014, Akademie der Bildenden Künste München; anschließend 2015 Museum Folkwang, Essen. 2016: Robert Frank: Books and Films, 1947–2016, HALLE 14 – Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig. 2016: Robert Frank: Books and Films. Robert Frank: A Bibliography, Filmography, and Exhibition Chronology, 1946–1985 (Center for Creative Photography, 1986). Photography After Frank (Aperture, 2009). ISBN 978-1-59711-095-2. Tucker, Anne and Philip Brookman, eds.
Philip Brookman is Conulting Curator in the department of photographs, National Gallery of Art, Washington .
Philip Brookman is Conulting Curator in the department of photographs, National Gallery of Art, Washington, . His most recent book is Redlands, a cinematic novel that weaves together an intimate sequence of photographs and a novella set in California, Mexico, and New York City during the unsettled decades of the 1960, 1970s, and 1980s.
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Robert Frank: Storylines will include images from Peru 1949, London 1951-52, Wales 1953 and Black White and . Philip Brookman curated Robert Frank: London/Wales which was presented at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC from May 10 – July 14, 2003.
The filmic and narrative aspects of these works will be explored by their juxtaposition with his important film, Conversations in Vermont 1969, and with his previously unseen series of photographs, Stories 2002.
Robert Frank is a notable photographer and filmmaker. Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. Robert Frank, Sarah Greenough. Robert Frank: Storylines.
Publications about Robert Frank. Books and Exhibition Catalogues. Brookman, Philip, ed. Robert Frank: An Exhibition of Photography and Films, 1945 – 1977. Robert Frank: A Bibliography, Filmography, and Exhibition Chronology 1946 – 1985. Santa Cruz: Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery, University of California at Santa Cruz, 1978. Robert Frank: Photographer, Filmmaker, Works from 1945 – 1979. Long Beach, CA: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1979. London: Tate Publishing, 2004. Burger-Utzer, Brigitta, Stefan Grissemann, and Robert Frank.
Robert Frank Storylines 3 September - 20 November 2005. in collaboration with Fotostiftung Schweiz). The Dream of Myself, the Dream of the World from the collection of the Fotomuseum Winterthur 12 March - 9 October 2005. The exhibition, which in its original form was curated by Vicente Todolí, director of the Tate Modern, London, and Philip Brookman, curator at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC, has been expanded in Winterthur to include some of Frank’s early photographs taken in Switzerland. A series of photographs documenting the Appenzell Landsgemeinde (assembly of the citizens) in Hundwil (1949) will be shown for the first time.
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