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Gordon Parks Flavio da Silva, Rio de Janeiro,1961

Gordon Parks Flavio da Silva, Rio de Janeiro,1961

Untitled, Harlem, New York, 1948 - Gordon Parks

Exhibition: 'Gordon Parks: The Making of an Argument' at The New Orleans Museum of Art. "A fractured, multi-layered affair." Photo: Gordon Parks (American, 'Untitled, Harlem, New York' 1948

“Drug Store Cowboys,” Photograph by Gordon Parks

Gordon Parks Drugstore Cowboys, Turner Valley, Canada 1945 Gelatin silver print 9 x 12 inches Modern print

Gordan Parks

alivesoul: “ Black Muslim rally, Harlem, Photo by Gordon Parks [x] The Brothers!

Paternal: Here a father looks over his daughter reading on a porch in Louisville, Kentucky

Never before seen images of segregated America from the 1950s

The Week - A pioneering black photographer comes home. New Exhibit in Boston's Museum of Fine Arts showcases career-defining project from iconic photographer Gordon Parks

Legendary  photog, Gordan Parks.

Gordon Parks (November 1912 – March was an American photographer, musician, writer and film director. He is best remembered for his photographic essays for Life magazine and as the director of the 1971 film Shaft.

Gordon Parks, Doll Test, Harlem, New York, Jenkins Johnson Gallery

Friendship knows no color! Gordon Parks

Gordon Parks, Two young girls at Camp Christmas Seals, Haverstraw, New York, August Source: USDA Historical Photos

Untitled, Watts, California, 1967 - Civil Rights, 1963-70 - Archive - The Gordon Parks Foundation

“Untitled”, Watts, California, 1967 Photography Gordon Parks, courtesy of and copyright The Gordon Parks Foundation

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