William Eugene Smith (December 30, 1918 – October 15, 1978), was an
American photojournalist, renowned for the dedication he devoted to his projects
May 13, 2013 ... W. Eugene Smith is one of the legends of photography. Although he was
notorious for being maniacal, emotionally distant, and unreasonable– ...
Founded in 1979 after Smith's death, the fund seeks to further the aims of
Born and reared in Wichita, Kansas, W. Eugene Smith became interested in
photography at the age of fourteen, and three years later had begun to
moved to New York and joined the staff of Newsweek, but within one year he was fired due to his refusal to work in the format they preferred. It would be his Man of Mercy essay which would once again cause a disagreement with Life Magazine in 1955, which resulted... More »
Jan 3, 2013 ... In a newly rediscovered interview from the 1950s, W. Eugene Smith discussed a
then-controversial and now taboo practice in documentary ...
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William Eugene Smith (1918-1978). By Lori Oden, For the International
Photography Hall of Fame. William Eugene Smith was born on December 30,
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About W. Eugene Smith. April 18, 2002. 0. SHARES. 8. Comments. The war in
the South Pacific, a country doctor in Colorado, victims of industrial pollution in a
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