In PHOTOJOURNALISM, images that are part of the Media history. Selected by Manuel Falcão. No comments
1936. A period of great economical restrictions and extreme poverty in the US. The image of the migrant mother, captured by Dorothea Lange, becomes and icon of the Great Depression.
Vietnam.The first war to be vastly photographed and televised becomes devastating for the power of the US. Images like this affect public opinion
There a lot of immortalized moments of John and Jackie Kennedy on board of vessels. This photograph, taken in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, in 1953, portrays one of those occasions
This photograph was taken in 1964, by John Loengard, during The Beatles' first trip to the US. It was winter, the pool was cold, but the Fab Four accepted to be photographed in order to appear on the cover of LIFE
Charles Trainor photographs Elvis, in 1956, and shows the world the passion and dedication of the "King" of rock'n'roll on stage.
With his trumpet, Louis Armstrong revolutionizes the world of Jazz. This photograph shows him in all his glory in one of his shows