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Family of Man

Family of Man

Edward Steichen, Director, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. Photo undated. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York. Photo: Homer Page

Edward Steichen, Director, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. Photo undated. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York. Photo: Homer Page

"The Family of Man "exhibition created by Edward as a ‘manifesto for peace’. It contained 503 photos from 68 countries which represented 273 photographers (163 Americans]). It toured the globe, exhibited in over 150 museums worldwide, the final integral version of the exhibition was permanently installed in Clervaux Castle- Luxembourg in 1994. Since its creation, having attracted over 10 million visitors. In 2003, the collection was listed on the UNESCO Memory of the World register.

"The Family of Man "exhibition created by Edward as a ‘manifesto for peace’. It contained 503 photos from 68 countries which represented 273 photographers (163 Americans]). It toured the globe, exhibited in over 150 museums worldwide, the final integral version of the exhibition was permanently installed in Clervaux Castle- Luxembourg in 1994. Since its creation, having attracted over 10 million visitors. In 2003, the collection was listed on the UNESCO Memory of the World register.

"The Family of Man" was a photography exhibition curated by Edward Steichen first shown in 1955 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. According to Steichen, the exhibition represented the "culmination of his career." The photos were selected from almost 2 million pictures submitted by famous and unknown photographers.

"The Family of Man" was a photography exhibition curated by Edward Steichen first shown in 1955 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. According to Steichen, the exhibition represented the "culmination of his career." The photos were selected from almost 2 million pictures submitted by famous and unknown photographers.

The exhibit was turned into a book of the same name, containing an introduction by Carl Sandburg, Steichen's brother-in-law. The book was reproduced in a variety of formats (most popularly a pocket-sized volume) in the 1950s, and reprinted in large format for its 40th anniversary. It has sold more than 4 million copies.

The exhibit was turned into a book of the same name, containing an introduction by Carl Sandburg, Steichen's brother-in-law. The book was reproduced in a variety of formats (most popularly a pocket-sized volume) in the 1950s, and reprinted in large format for its 40th anniversary. It has sold more than 4 million copies.

This photo by Al Chang from the Korean War was included in the book "Family of Man" by Edward Steichen, published in 1955. Al Chang was a combat photographer.

This photo by Al Chang from the Korean War was included in the book "Family of Man" by Edward Steichen, published in 1955. Al Chang was a combat photographer.

Photo from "The Family of Man". Exhibition created by Edward Steichen. Dorothea Lange took this photo of an anguished mother and her suffering children during the Great Depression. The collection contains images by artists such as Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Dorothea Lange, Robert Doisneau, August Sander and Ansel Adams staged in a modernist and spectacular manner..

Photo from "The Family of Man". Exhibition created by Edward Steichen. Dorothea Lange took this photo of an anguished mother and her suffering children during the Great Depression. The collection contains images by artists such as Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Dorothea Lange, Robert Doisneau, August Sander and Ansel Adams staged in a modernist and spectacular manner..

"Three on a Beach" by iconic Detroit photographer Bill Rauhaser appeared in" The Family of Man", a photography exhibition curated by Edward Steichen

"Three on a Beach" by iconic Detroit photographer Bill Rauhaser appeared in" The Family of Man", a photography exhibition curated by Edward Steichen

From "The Family of Man" exhibition by Consuelo Kanaga

From "The Family of Man" exhibition by Consuelo Kanaga

" Family of Man" ---The Card Players,  1947, by Ruth Orkin

" Family of Man" ---The Card Players, 1947, by Ruth Orkin