Subway Portraits by Walker Evans

Photographer Walker Evans used a homemade “hidden camera” apparatus to shoot these anonymous subway portraits, which eventually ended up in his 1966 book Many Are Called. Found via the The Getty’s digital image archives.

Holy crap, I feel homesick sometimes…

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