During the Great Depression, Americans all over the country learned what it was like to live under the poverty line, an experience it had previously reserved for select groups. Business… read more →
Born in 1890 to Bohemian parents in New York City, Paul Strand was a force in the establishment of photography as an art form. His early modernist work remains to… read more →
In this depiction of a newlywed husband and wife, Robert Frank captures the joy at the very beginnings of a marriage. The man and woman immediately grab the eye… read more →
The Liberating Lens is a proud contributor to the exhibition Beyond Belief: 100 Years of the Spiritual in Modern Art, presented by the Contemporary Jewish Museum and SFMOMA.