W. Eugene Smith.
Photographs by W. Eugene Smith.
Phaidon, London, 2001. 128 pp., 55 black-and-white illustrations, 5¾x6¼".
"W. Eugene Smith, as well as being a genius, has been described as 'unreasonable', 'obsessive' and 'kind of whacko'. Russell Miller, in his book Magnum, says 'Smith was widely acknowledged as a genius, the master photo-essayist of his generation. He was a big, barrel-chested man who declared that his mission in life was nothing less that documenting in words and photographs, the human condition.' He worked continually, with incredible intensity and passion to produce images denouncing war, misery and social injustice."-the publisher.
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