In June 2019, the SFMoMA publishes the short documentary Robert Frank as a young artist, shot in 2015, four years before his death. Robert Frank revists his young years as a migrant, coming to America to make himself a name as a photographer, forced to constantly shot to hope a publication somewhere. He also recalls his friendship with the Beat Generation artists, like Allen Ginsberg.
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