Pinterest is a natural home for stunning imagery. However, when it comes to master photographers like Garry Winogrand, Robert Frank, and Henri Cartier-Bresson, whose physical photographs paved the way for social change in the ’50s and ’60s, you don’t instinctively think of them fitting into the context of a Pinterest board—until now. Ton Roque, a Los Angeles-based photographer, curates a group of Pinterest boards categorized by photographer that encompass crucial moments in the history of documentary photography (moments that were—gasp!—captured on film instead of with a digital camera). From World Press Photo winners like Malcolm W. Brown’s harrowing ‘Burning Monk’ to Helen Levitt’s stunning color photographs of New York City, Roque is a must-follow for all photography enthusiasts.
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