I spent many years seeing every day I was in a darkroom, one of Walker Evans approved posters from his time. What I have read here is that this current exhibition has changed the way that poster was printed into someone elses interpretation of what they thought the photo should be. The basis of this comes down to the artistic view of the orginal artist when recreating his work. This obviously has not been done. The poster I was greeted with constantly was dark and moody. Nothing warm about it nor was there bringing out the hidden details in all parts of the photograph. Since this could have been fixed for that poster back then, why wasn't it? Seems that is how Walker Evan evisioned it. To me it is a sacrilige to change what the artist wanted and still stick his name on the exhibit. If Walker had wanted those photos to look like that, he would have printed them that way.