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born Free and Equal: An Exhibition of ansel Adams Photographs

Emily Medvec, Ed., Ansel Adams

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ISBN 10: 0931547008 / ISBN 13: 9780931547003
Editorial: Fresno Metropolitan Museum of Art History and Science, 1984
Usado Condición: Good Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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Softcover, 43 pp.,condensed edition, illustrated after Ansel Adams photographs. Good with slight creasing slight shelf wear. N° de ref. de la librería 023979

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Título: born Free and Equal: An Exhibition of ansel ...

Editorial: Fresno Metropolitan Museum of Art History and Science

Año de publicación: 1984

Encuadernación: Soft cover

Condición del libro:Good

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Ansel Adams wrote this courageous story about 120,000 interned Japanese Americans in Manzanar during WWII. This documentary work would make them visible and the story of their injustice known. In 1944, this book made the NY Times Book List. Then, it was burned in San Francisco. It disappeared before WWII ended. Today, Adams' appeal for justice remains a story to be told again and again. This limited edition of 3,000 copies contains a condensed version of Adams' original story illustrated with 19 miniature duotone documentary photographs, a note on the photography and an index of the 1984 Born Free and Equal Exhibition photographs.

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When Ansel Adams wrote his powerful story about the fate of the Japanese Americans in 1944, the Army and War Relocation Authority reacted quickly with censorship to remove it from circulation. Then, when Emily Medvec organized the first national exhibition tour of Born Free and Equal in 1984, the Library of Congress canceled the tour by removing the original photographs a year later. We originally reissued this new Limited Edition of 3,000 copies to accompany the exhibition. There is a limited supply in stock for immediate delivery. The book contains nineteen (19) small black and white duotone reproductions to illustrate this controversial story.

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