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Garry Winogrand: Women are Beautiful at Foundation Foto Colectania in Barcelona
A picture by US photographer Garry Winogrand is on display during the opening of an exhibition, entitled Garry Winogrand. Women Are Beautiful, at the Foundation Foto Colectania in Barcelona. The exhibition presenting 85 photographs from a series on women and their social transformation between the 1960s and 1970s runs until 04 June. EPA/ALBERTO ESTEVEZ.
BARCELONA.- Foundation Foto Colectania presents for the first time in Barcelona the famous series Women Are Beautiful by Garry Winogrand.

Garry Winogrand is considered one of the greatest innovators of photography of the twentieth-century in America. He knew like no other how to capture the social transformation of females in the 60's and 70's through his portraits of women who stand as an allegory of women's emancipation and their new role in society. The Foundation Foto Colectania presents its serie Women Are Beautiful, including f 85 photographs taken between 1960 and 1975 and collected in the book with the same title by the legendary director of photography at the MoMA, John Szarkowski. The exhibition from the collection of Lola Garrido, is part of the programming line of the foundation which is dedicated to authors who changed the course of the history of photography. The exhibition can be seen in Barcelona until June 4, 2011. In the 60's ended the era of big images as symbols of timeless truths, by the devastating influence first from Walker Evans, and later from Robert Frank and William Klein. The pictures are focused on the reflection of reality, no retouching or other ideas added. Garry Winogrand, Lee Friedlander represent "the new American style" which brole new ground in the so-called Street Photography.

Winogrand combines spontaneity with an apparent confusion, which is more than aware of the complexity of the photography world: "I photograph to see what the world looks like in photographs." The presence of human beings, contrasting with the crowds and the streets in his photographs reveals a new way of looking, in which the anarchy results in a wealth of shapes and structures. Biased and cold style of Winogrand is associated with Abstract Expressionism and its sharp diagonals are similar to paint brush strokes of those years. If the photographer Robert Frank was critical of the 50's, Garry Winogrand is one of the largest photographers of the 60's.






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Garry Winogrand: Women are Beautiful at Foundation Foto Colectania in Barcelona

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