For Garry Winogrand the street was a stage which revealed humanity through a spectrum of candid dramas. This comprehensive monograph spans three and a half decades, concentrating on the kinetic street pictures that form the core of Winogrand’s vision. Fewer than half of the images have been published before. Seen together, these pictures make a clear case for Szarkowski’s claim that Winogrand was “the central photographer of his generation.” With an introduction by Fran Lebowitz and an essay by Ben Lifson.
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