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Robert Frank - "The Americans" - Frank was more skeptical of the ' glamorous' american dream that so many seemed to be consumed by. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Robert Frank in London.

Robert Frank: London "Black and white are the colors of photography. To me they symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected.

"Trolley - New Orleans", by Robert Frank. This photo is part of a series called "The Americans". Everyone in this picture has a different facial expression and seems to be on a different journey.

THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF ROBERT FRANK

Robert Frank - "Trolley" New Orleans 1955 (look closely. Robert captured the all too real disparities amongst Americans and made many photographers of the time quite uncomfortable. Like this photo of a racially divided trolly.

Boy in 1960's Harlem by street photographer Robert Frank  This singular photograph shows real character and spirit within this boy. It looks like a posed photograph but i know street photography never is so that just goes to show how amazingly timed this photo was.

Boy in Harlem by street photographer Robert Frank I really like this photograph, as the Man captured, has noticed the camera and is acting silly, and I hope to capture this throughout my finals and work in progress.

Parade - Hoboken, New Jersey, 1955 from Looking In: Robert Frank's The Americans published by Steidl. Photograph: Robert Frank/Steidl

Liz Jobey on the 50th anniversary of photographer Robert Frank's The Americans

Robert Frank Photography.

Robert Frank

collective-history: “ Puerto Rican street queens, aka “New York City” from “The Americans” by Robert Frank.

Robert Frank, New York City, 1947 “Dear parents, never have I experienced so much in one week as here. I feel as if I’m in a film. Life here is very different than in Europe. Only the moment counts, nobody seems to care about what he’ll do tomorrow." Robert Frank in a letter to his parents, 1947

tamburina: “ Robert Frank, New York City, 1947 "Dear parents, never have I experienced so much in one week as here. Life here is very different than in Europe.

Sick of Goodby’s, Mabou, 1978, Robert Frank

*** “ Robert Frank - Sick of Goodby’s, Mabou 1978 * “I was looking at Robert Frank’s photograph Sick of Goodby’s in his book The Lines of My Hand.

Robert Frank, New York City, 1955. © Robert Frank, from The Americans.

Robert Frank, New York City, 1955. © Robert Frank, from The Americans.