The London-branch of the Daniel Blau gallery is currently hosting an exhibition of affordable vintage 20th century photojournalism from the United States. The viewer is presented with images of classic icons of traditional America, such as flags and roads, to more gritty and bleak visions of America from the 1900s. The exhibition Happy-Go-Lucky aims , as stated in the gallery’s press release, ‘ to present a new way of looking at and collecting 20th Century American pictures’.
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