In search of the American family: Stunning portraits from some of the country’s best photographers over the last 150 years capture the essence of real America

Mail Online | 3/30/1995 | Forrest Hanson For Dailymail.com
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An upcoming photography exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston will explore the definition of the American family.

More than 80 photos from the 19th century to the present day have been compiled from some of the nation's most foremost photographers including Dorothea Lange, Nan Holdin, Carrie Mae Weems, LaToya Ruby Frazier and Harry Callahan.

Exhibition - Families - Archival - Art - Photographs

The exhibition, called '(un)expected families,' uses archival, vernacular and fine art photographs to illustrate the concept.

The intimate photographs provide snapshots of multiple generations, romantic unions and alternative family structures, to name but a few.

Family - Texas - Child

From a migrant family in Texas in 1936 to a child...
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