No my freedom is something I don't give up easily. And I don't follow war because I'm not interested in photographing violence. Sure if I was in Georgia right now I'd capture whatever was happening on camera. It is difficult to take pictures of everyday life. First because the natural tendency is to take ordinary reality for granted and consider it boring. Second because once the environment and the elements that no one seems to pay attention to have been reassessed there is a risk of wanting to poetize this reality to make it a little less mundane. Showcase with small format portraits Savannah Georgia. Perhaps that is why the photographs of the American Walker Evans are complex to understand and appreciate because they are apparently simple images of insignificant subjects.
The verbatim Walker Evans was born in in San Luis Missouri in a family of middle e-commerce photo editing class his father was employed in an advertising agency. After graduating in literature from Phillips Academy in Andover Massachusetts he attended Williams College Williamstown. His literary restlessness led him to dream of the forced pilgrimage of every intellectual in the s living in Paris. His father agreed to finance the adventure on the condition that the university student go to the Sorbonne where he in fact attended as a listener. He quickly adapted to French culture sharpened his knowledge of the language and began to write.
However his literary results did not satisfy him and he suffered an existential crisis. In Paris he obtained an important influence of modernism and the avantgarde. He returned to the United States and made a first stopover in New York where photography took on a leading role in his life. The first images of him keep a modernist air with sharp the geometric patterns and cleanliness of the Bauhaus also appear in his photographs. This influence can be smelled in his later work but Evans would radically change his style.