The demilitarized zone. Sure enough, with one million mines separating the Republic of Korea from the DPRK. Much has been written about the DMZ, and with the Trump-Kim Jong Un summit meeting underway in Hanoi it might pay to reflect just who or what the West is dealing with. I hope that these photos will be illuminating.
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One of the most respected photographers of the Farm Security Administration during the 1930s was Walker Evans. Evans’ subjects were varied, but he is perhaps best well known for his images of advertising signs. His work stands out from some of his contemporaries such as Arthur Rothstein, Dorothea Lange, Russell Lee, John Vachon, Marion Post Wolcott and others because of the uniqueness of his style.