Leonard Freed: Black in White America 1963-1965

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Leonard Freed’s seminal civil rights photo essay was first published in 1968. This newly-expanded 2020 edition includes unseen photographs, as well as Freed’s most iconic work and is the definitive collection of his photographs from the time. This extraordinary work is a vital historical record and includes pivotal moments in the civil rights movement, as well as a nuanced journey into the ordinary, joyful, difficult lives of marginalised Black communities living within a deeply divided nation.Event chronicled include the March on Washington and the Selma to Montgomery marches. The images have been carefully reproduced from the original negatives and using vintage prints created by Freed’s master printer and widow, Brigitte Freed, as reference. The photographs have never been printed in such quality before, the clarity of print serving to bring home the singular power of Freed’s talent as a socially-conscious documentarian.
ISBN 9781909526778. Reel Art Press.
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Leonard Freed’s seminal civil rights photo essay was first published in 1968. This newly-expanded 2020 edition includes unseen photographs, as well as Freed’s most iconic work and is the definitive collection of his photographs from the time. This extraordinary work is a vital historical record and includes pivotal moments in the civil rights movement, as well as a nuanced journey into the ordinary, joyful, difficult lives of marginalised Black communities living within a deeply divided nation.Event chronicled include the March on Washington and the Selma to Montgomery marches. The images have been carefully reproduced from the original negatives and using vintage prints created by Freed’s master printer and widow, Brigitte Freed, as reference. The photographs have never been printed in such quality before, the clarity of print serving to bring home the singular power of Freed’s talent as a socially-conscious documentarian.
  • Publisher
    Reel Art Press
  • Release
    November 2020
  • Binding
    hb
  • Format
    192 pages. 150 b/w ills. 24 x 31.7 cm
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    o/s due 3/12/20air and 30/1/21sea
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