Fifty-one years ago, the photographer Erich Hartmann held the exhibition Our Daily Bread at the Coliseum in New York. In this gigantic space in the heart of Manhattan, the photographer displayed more than 100 photographs on monumental panels. The exhibition was commissioned by the company Pillsbury Mills, as part of an international conference on food. Our Daily Bread was an enormous success and traveled to several American cities.
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