Robert Frank - "The Americans" - Frank was more skeptical of the ' glamorous' american dream that so many seemed to be consumed by. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Parade - Hoboken, New Jersey, 1955 from Looking In: Robert Frank's The Americans published by Steidl. Photograph: Robert Frank/Steidl

Liz Jobey on the 50th anniversary of photographer Robert Frank's The Americans

From the timeless photography masterpiece by Robert Frank, "The Americans". Parade Hoboken, New Jersey, 1955 on NOWNESS.

William Klein. A celebrated picture, and one to send shivers down your spine…

William Klein : Gun New York A celebrated picture, and one to send shivers down your spine. But in fact the kids were playing, larking about under Frank's direction.

Robert Frank -- Robert Franks photograph seems normal at first, he captures everyday things for the most part, but this image doesnt seem so the more you look at it.. You see a baby in a plastic bag. Which at first makes the image feel very dark, then when you realise its fake you don't know whether to laugh.

Robert Frank is one of my biggest inspirations. Himself an extremely important figure in the history of photography, will be remembered especially for his photography book “The Americans”.

Robert Frank - Mary, Provincetown, 1958 [the photographer’s shadow]

Robert Frank - Mary, Provincetown, 1958 [the photographer’s shadow] I think this is a really good example of an intentional mistake. Usually we do not want a shadow cast over the subject however this shadow works well in the image.

Movie Premiere, Hollywood, 1955 Robert Frank

Movie Premiere, Hollywood, 1955 Robert Frank

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