Cartier Bresson, with his usual subtlety, reveals the relationship of man to machine in everyday life stuck in a traffic jam, a factory worker asleep on his bench, a BBC TV man perched on television studio equipment, kids with guns. He explores the often sub conscious dialogue with technological change, recording the fleeting moment and the accident of human expression for which he is known.
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Photo Date 1971 Print Date 1971
Photo Country United States (USA)
Photographer Country France
Charles Schwartz Ltd.