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Gordon Parks: –A Harlem Family 1967


The current exhibition at the Studio Museum in New York is A Harlem Family by Gordon Parks. This series was originally published in Life in 1968, accompanied by the photographer’s raw commentary, inciting a national outcry at the disturbing social conditions it depicts. His essay concludes with a few troubling words, where Parks uses the literal and metaphorical harshness of winter to reflect pessimistically on the struggles of the poor.

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