Hobos to Street People offers a comparison of the culture and politics of homelessness as seen through artwork since the Great Depression. As the numbers of people living in poverty continues to swell, this book looks to the past for lessons for today. Artists include Rockwell Kent, Fritz Eichenberg, Jacob Burck, Dorothea Lange, Kiki Smith, Sandow Birk, Eric Drooker and many more. The text places the artwork within the history of social and political responses from the New Deal, through McCarthyism, to the rise of modern homelessness in the 1980s.
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