The American photographer Walker Evans became famous for his work with the farm security authority during the great depression and for portraying the industrial neighborhoods around the steel and mining industry in Alabama, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Since he worked for the government many of his photos became part of the public domain and everybody can download and use them for free. Correspondingly large is the number of artists who use it for their own projects. Museum Helmond presents a juxtaposition of Evans’ photographs with works inspired by them.
Here is one of my attempts: nature takes it all back