Gordon Coster

Gordon Coster (1906-1988) was an American modernist photographer and photojournalist, known for his dynamic abstracted views of industrial scenes in the American Midwest and his important coverage of labor and civil-rights issues.

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Selected Works

Industrial Scene, 1940
Surveyor for the Tennessee Valley Dam Project, 1930s
Industrial Scene, 1930s
Industrial Architecture, 1948
Diver, 1940s
Street Scene in Chicago, 1944
Children on a Chicago Sidewalk, 1944
Workers' Alliance Meeting (foreground: Carrie Hallowell and Nelson Manning), Chicago, IL, 1939
Sugar Rationing Protest, 1940s
'We Can Do It!', 1944
Coca Cola Advertisement, 1930
Advertisement for Venetian Blinds, 1930s
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