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Grandes Nomes da Fotografia Mundial

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Carlos Eduardo Belz

on 2 December 2011

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Transcript of Grandes Nomes da Fotografia Mundial

Elliott Erwitt
Imogen Cunningham
William Albert Allard
Garry Winogrand
Timothy Allen
Dorothea Lange
Araquém Alcântara
Richard Avedon
Robert Capa
Mário Cravo Neto
Robert Doisneau
Steve McCurry
Sebastião Salgado
Walter Firmo
Irving Penn
Tiago Santana
Otto Stupakoff
Horst P. Horst
Diane Arbus
André Cypriano
Grandes Nomes da Fotografia Mundial
Americanos
Brasileiros
Franceses
Húngaro
Inglês
Alemão
Sebastian Rojas
Holandês
Frans Lanting
Brian Skerry
Jack Dykinga
Steve Gschmeissner
Ansel Adams
Henri Cartier-Bresson
San Francisco 1902 - 1984
Portland, Oregon 1883 - 1976
New York 1923 - 2004
Hoboken, New Jersey 1895 - 1965
New York 1928 - 1984
Philadelphia, PA 1950
Minneapolis, Minnesota 1937
New York 1923 - 1971
New York 1917 - 2009
Milford, Massachusetts 1962
Chicago, Illinois 1943
Bedford, Ohio 1950
Tonbridge, Kent 1971
París, 1902 - 1996
Pierre Verger
Chanteloup-en-Brie, 1908 - 2004
Gentilly, 1912 - 1994
París, 1928
Budapeste, 1913 - 1954
Rotterdam, 1951
WeiBenfels, 1906 - 1999
Florianópolis, 1951
São Paulo, SP, 1960
São Paulo, SP, 1964
Aimorés, MG, 1944
Salvador, BA, 1947
Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 1934
São Paulo, SP, 1935 - 2009
Crato, CE, 1966
Zig Koch
Curitiba, PR, 1958
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