‘Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Work 1940-1950’ Review: Young Talent in Black and White

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Ella Watson dutifully stands her post during a opening to “Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Work 1940-1950,” during a National Gallery of Art. In a poster-size blowup of Parks’s best-known image, Watson, an African-American charwoman for a sovereign supervision in Washington, binds her broom, straw conduct up, as if it were her staff of office. Her dress is cumulative during a waist with dual buttons, though buttons are blank above a waist and a tip is hold by a pin, a pointer of her singular means. She faces forward,…

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