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Walker Evans
by Jeff L. Rosenheim, Maria Morris Hambourg, Douglas Eklund, Mia Fineman
Hardcover - 332 pages (January 31, )
Princeton Univ Pr; ISBN: 0691050783
The Last Years of Walker Evans : A First-Hand Account
Jerry L. Thompson, Walker Evans
Hardcover - 128 pages (November )
Thames & Hudson; ISBN: 0500542104

Walker Evans : Cuba
by Walker Evans (Photographer), Andrei Codrescu, Judith Keller (Introduction)
Hardcover - 96 pages 
J Paul Getty Museum Pubns; ISBN: 0892366176

Let Us Now Praise Famous Men : Three Tenant Families
by James Agee, Walker Evans (Photographer), John Hersey (Introduction)
Paperback - 471 pages Reissue edition (January 11, 1989)
Houghton Mifflin Co (Pap); ISBN: 0395488974

Walker Evans (Masters of Photography Series)
Lloyd Fonvielle, Walker Evans (Photographer)
Hardcover / 1997

Walker Evans (Aperture Masters of Photography, No 10)
by Lloyd Fonvielle, Walker Evans (Photographer)
(Hardcover - November 1993)

Walker Evans : A Biography
Belinda Rathbone, Walker Evans (Editor)
Paperback - 368 pages (April 12, )
Houghton Mifflin Co; ISBN: 0618056726

Walker Evans: The Lost Work
by Walker Evans, Belinda Rathbone, Clark Worswick
Walker Evans was perhaps the greatest "documentary artist" American has ever known. In a career that lasted forty-six years (1928-1974) Evans profoundly changed the way Americans looked at themselves, their social causes, and their country. Drawn from a largely unseen private collection-the largest private collection of Walker Evans photographs in the world-this lavishly produced volume publishes here for the first time scores of pictures that have henceforth been inaccessible to the public. Included are the familiar images of Evans's Southern work (1935-36), as well as far less familiar images of Evans's friends and fellow artists, his work in Tahiti, photographs that he made of Victorian House architecture (1930-31), and photographs done on travels to England, Cuba, Maine, Nova Scotia, Chicago and New Orleans. Authors Belinda Rathbone and Clark Worswick rise to the occasion of documenting Evans' monumental career, exploring the overlooked byways of Evans' career at a moment when a rediscovery of his life's work is taking place in both the museum world and in the world of photographic collecting. What we are presented with here is a definitive and sometimes surprising look at the photographer whose oeuvre prefigures the work of photographers and documentary artists of all stripes. The Publisher
Hardcover - 224 pages (October 15, )
Arena Editions; ISBN: 1892041294
Walker Evans : Photographs for the Farm Security Administration, 1935-1938
Walker Evans
It's a well-kept secret that the Library of Congress oversees a collection of photographs numbering in excess of three million, the bulk of which are in the public domain. Among the highlights of that collection are Evans' remarkable images of the Depression era--part of a larger photographic project that employed Dorothea Lange and others--documenting the effects of soil erosion in Mississippi, the plight of Arkansas flood victims and the day-to-day lives of Alabama sharecroppers. The mood of the period is evoked strongly by nearly 500 photographs, many reproduced here for the first time; others are memorable for their inclusion in Let Us Now Praise Famous Men.
Paperback / 1988

Walker Evans : Signs
(Getty Trust Publications, J. Paul Getty Museum)
Walker Evans, et al
Paperback /  1998

Walker Evans & Company
by Peter Galassi
A Museum of Modern Art Book Walker Evans's radical photography of the 1930s demonstrated that unembellished photographic fact could serve as a highly poetic language. These works expanded the potential of the art of photography and at the same time defined a lasting iconography that recognized advertising, movies, and car culture as central images of modern American identity. Published in conjunction with the second of three cycles of millennial exhibitions (MoMA) at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, this book focuses on Evans as a central figure in the arts of the 1920s and 1930s. The Publisher
Hardcover - 272 pages (March )
Harry N Abrams; ISBN: 0810962063
Walker Evans : The Getty Museum Collection
Judith Keller, et al / Hardcover / 1995
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Walker Evans : American Photographs
Lincoln Kirstein(Photographer), Walker Evans
Paperback / 1990
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