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MAGNUM PHOTOS - Photograph

Daytona Beach, Florida. 1999.

Photograph

MAGNUM PHOTOS 

Artwork by Constantine Manos

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$ 650.00
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  • Composition: Fine Art Giclée print, Acid-free 100% cotton paper, white frame
  • Dimensions: Height: 10.92 inches Width: 14.24 inches
  • Product code:58012623PD

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About the work
Daytona Beach, Florida. 1999 by Constantine Manos. Fine art giclée print on acid-free 100% cotton paper, white wooden frame. 150-piece edition. Authenticated. Measurements of photographic print only: 25,5 x 17 cm. “The flow of people in a setting, their changing relationships to each other and their environment, and their constantly changing expressions and movements - all combine to create dynamic situations that provide the photographer with limitless choices of when to push the button. By choosing a precise.”
About the artist
Constantine Manos was born in 1934 in South Carolina to Greek immigrant parents. His photographic career began when he was thirteen, in the school camera club, and within a few years he was a professional photographer. At the age of 19 he was hired as the official photographer of the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood. After military service, he moved to New York, where he worked for Esquire, Life and Look. His book Portrait of a Symphony, on the Boston Symphony Orchestra, was published in 1961. For the next three years, he lived in Greece, producing work that resulted in A Greek Portfolio, first published in 1972 and award-winner at Arles and at the Leipzig Book Fair. In 1963 Manos joined Magnum Photos. Manos's work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, the Art Institute of Chicago, the George Eastman House in Rochester, and the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.
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