Harry Callahan

Rice, Shelley
October 1977
New Republic;10/29/77, Vol. 177 Issue 18, p35
Focuses on the photographer Harry Callahan. Reason why Callahan's development has been problematic for photographic historians; Information on the book "The Multiple Image: Photography by Harry Callahan"; Subjects of Callahan's photographs; Information regarding the Museum of Modern Art's monograph, "Harry Callahan"; Information that the dominant motifs of Callahan's work recur throughout the book in varied combinations with images whose subjects are quite different.


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