Sunday, January 12, 2020

1960, a Kodachrome by Arthur Rothstein, taken for the Look magazine assignment "Tailgate Gourmets."

"Food for tailgate picnics displayed in the backs of station wagons, including a Ford Country Squire, a Dodge Lancer, and a Pontiac Bonneville Safari parked in a football stadium.

most famous for his photos of the migrants leaving the dust bowl for California

he was the first photographer hired by the Farm Security Administration, the New Deal agency that pioneered the use of photographs and “photo stories” to build public and political support for federal relief programs.

He was so prolific that I've posted a lot of photos he made, without knowing it
like the 4th photo in

1 comment:

  1. Look at the color. Mama don't take my Kodachrome away, hey hey hey. But she did.