W. Eugene Smith: A Life in Photography

Art, Photography
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Considered one of the greatest photojournalists of the 20th century, William Eugene Smith captured the Battle of Okinawa, the ’60s New York jazz scene and the unsung efforts of one black nurse to treat the entire rural population of South Carolina in the early ’50s, but on these shores he is perhaps best known for his images of Minamata disease victims. Some of those harrowing shots are included among the 150 vintage prints displayed here, assembled with the help of the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona.

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