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Book by Galassi, Peter
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Galassi isolates and analyzes the photographer's 1932-34 work, which was surrealistic rather than photojournalistic, a distinction overlooked in earlier publications. In a lengthy essay that makes the book important to art libraries, Galassi examines Cartier-Bresson's work in the cultural and intellectual context of 1930s Europe, and considers such topics as the influence on the medium of technological developments. Galassi says of these photographs that "not all are admirable but none is boring." The reproductions are sometimes rich, sometimes flat, due to an unevenness in the original images. Kathleen Collins, Library of Congress
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