"Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967"

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Photograph: Gordon Parks
This exhibit celebrates the photographer, filmmaker, musician and writer Gordon Parks. One of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, Parks focused on a wide range of subjects, including race relations and poverty, while accepting assignments in photojournalism and fashion photography. The exhibition features 30 photographs of Harlem’s Fontenelle family that Parks shot for Life magazine.
Event phone: 212-864-4500
Event website: http://studiomuseum.org

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