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10 July 2010

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Looking at Larrabee's social welfare series has got me thinking about the tenacious similarities in the way photographers approach poverty.

As you'll see when I publish the piece that I'm working on, Larrabee's work shares a lot with the American Farm Security Administration photographers of the '30s, as well as with recent photography.

BTW, a convergence that I wrote about earlier is even more spooky:

http://johnedwinmason.typepad.com/john_edwin_mason_photogra/2010/07/ben-shahn-constance-stuart-larrabee.html

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