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On 6 March 1960 in Accra, capital of Ghana: Independence Day. The effigy of Kwame N'Krumah is printed on dresses and tunics. - Photographed by Marc Riboud

Anna Attinga Frafra rests three books comfortably on her head. The photographer Paul Strand’s 1960’s Portrait of Ghana.

Strand, Under the Dark Cloth / Diretor: John Walker / País: Canada / Paul Strand remains a curiously shrouded and paradoxical figure. While passionately devoted to humanity, he was happiest in the isolation of the darkroom. /

The best of analog photography since its beginnings, including examples of instant photography curated by an analog photographer and Polaroid's first art director and consultant from Author of The Branding of Polaroid.

"Blind" by Paul Strand, 1916 - Rather poignant. Strand would carry around what was known as a 'detective camera' and take photos of ordinary people without their knowledge. His ethics were questionable, but he produced some very interesting candid shots.

[Geometric Backyards, New York], 1917 Paul Strand (American, Platinum print 10 x 13 in. x cm) Ford Motor Company Collection, Gift of Ford Motor Company and John C. Waddell, 1987 © Aperture Foundation Inc., Paul Strand Archive

By Claire Holland. Photographs by Werner Bischof “I’m no photojournalist. In my heart of hearts I am – and always will be – an artist.” In fact, Werner Bischof blurred the boundaries between art and journalism. In his early, experimental years,

Black Mountain, Cerro, New Mexico; Paul Strand (American, 1890 - Platinum print; x cm x 5 in.); J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California