US cinematographer, filmmaker, and photographer.
1890 – Born on the 16th of October in New York City.
1915 – Manhatta includes a shot similar to Strand’s famous Wall Street photograph.
1921 – Strand worked in motion pictures as well as still photography. His first film was Manhatta.
1936-1942 – Worked in the films he was involved with included Redes (released in the US as The Wave) 1936 a film commissioned by the Mexican government, the documentary The Plow That Broke the Plains (1936) and the pro-union, anti-fascist Native Land (1942).
1949 – Strand left the United States to present Native Land at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in Czechoslovakia.
1950-1976 – Created photography collections, Time in New England (1950), La France de Profil (1952), Un
Paese (featuring photographs of the Po River Valley in Italy, 1955), Tir a’Mhurain / Outer Hebrides(1962), Living Egypt (1969) and Ghana: an African portrait (1976).
1976 – Paul Strand died on the 31st of March.