Photographs by Helen Levitt. Text by Walker Evans.
Powerhouse Books, New York, 2008. 168 pp., 74 tritone and 68 four-color illustrations., 12¼x12¾".
'If ever anyone was born to be a photographer, Helen Levitt was. Looking at these pictures triggers that tingling feeling you get from photographs by artists like Lartigue, Kertész and Cartier-Bresson: a feeling that the camera is less an expertly operated tool than the seamless extension of mind and body that are preternaturally alert to the world.' - The New York Times
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