Gordon Parks – To Smile in Autumn
248 pages, 14.2 x 21.5 cm , 386 g.
Gordon Parks – To Smile in Autumn
A Memoir
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Gordon Parks was born with, he says, “a stubborn need to be somebody.” Though Parks is remembered most notably as a photographer and filmmaker, on his enthralling climb to fame between 1944 and 1978 he was successful in many pursuits, including journalism, poetry, and music. It was not always an easy journey, but by thirty-six he had overcome many obstacles to become a photographer and writer for Life magazine.

"To Smile in Autumn" is a candid revelation of a man in the prime of his life and career. This autobiography, with a new foreword by Alexs Pate, is a testament to a person much attuned to the greater world and driven to leave his mark on it.
PublisherUniversity of Minnesota Press
ContributorsAlexs Pate
Article IDart-16716


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