Talk about a great eye. in April 1935, New York City gallery owner Julien Levy hung the black-and-white images of three unsung photographers on his walls, and all three went on to make huge contributions to the 20th century's image bank. The exhibition, entitled Documentary and Anti-graphic Photographs
, showcased the early work of Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Walker Evans. This week, just a month after the death of Cartier-Bresson, the longest-surviving member of the trio, the first-ever recreation of Levy's exhibition opens at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris.
Although the three legends had distinct...
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