The way things used to be: Incredible pictures of early 1950s London
Pioneering documentary photographer Robert Frank's collection of black and white photographs gives a unique glimpse of what life in the city was like for the rich and poor during the 1950s.
Robert Frank, influential photographer who captured ‘The Americans,’ dies at 94
Shooting in black and white, he trained his lens on inequality and despair in post-World War II life and became one of the most important visual artists of the 20th century.
Robert Frank - "Valencia 1952" (2012)
‘”There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment” - Robert Frank REVIEW: Robert Frank – Valencia 1952 (2012) By Fanny Landstrom, ASX UK, April 2013 In 1952, the Swiss born photographer Robert Frank leaves his job and his then current habitat New York to travel
Remembering Robert Frank, one of the 20th century’s titans of photography
Vogue looks back at the life and works of legendary documentary photographer, Robert Frank—a true pioneer, responsible for some of the most ground-breaking and influential images of our time
Robert Frank at 90: the photographer who revealed America won't look back
Filled with images of loneliness and shadow, Frank’s The Americans stands as one of photography’s greatest works
Frank, Robert | 1163 Artworks | MutualArt
Find artworks by Robert Frank (American, 1924 - 2019) on MutualArt and find more works from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide.
Robert Frank's "The Americans": Timeless Lessons Street Photographers Can Learn - ERIC
“The Americans” by Robert Frank is one of the most influential photo books published of all-time. It has inspired countless numbers of photographers across all genres, especially appealing to documentary and street photographers. I know the book has had a profound impact on my photography and how I approach projects. While I am not an […]
Never-seen-before Robert Frank images for ‘The Americans’ now on show
In the mid-1950s, Robert Frank won a prestigious grant to document the United States, and took thousands of photos of the country. Some of those images are now part of a new exhibition.