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Alfred Stieglitz.

Alfred Stieglitz (1846-1946) remains one of the most central and influential photographers of the twentieth century. He championed what became known as 'straight photography', a vision of the photograph that sought to establish it as an art form separate from painting and basic to its status as a 'modern' medium. He was also a major figure in the modernist movement in the New York of the 1900s and, through his galleries and publications, played a crucial part in the development of both American art and photography. Stieglitz promoted, published and exhibited much of the best photography of the period in his role as editor of the now legendary magazine Camera Work, and through his galleries, and wrote extensively on photography throughout his career.

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  • "Alfred Stieglitz (1846-1946) remains one of the most central and influential photographers of the twentieth century. He championed what became known as 'straight photography', a vision of the photograph that sought to establish it as an art form separate from painting and basic to its status as a 'modern' medium. He was also a major figure in the modernist movement in the New York of the 1900s and, through his galleries and publications, played a crucial part in the development of both American art and photography. Stieglitz promoted, published and exhibited much of the best photography of the period in his role as editor of the now legendary magazine Camera Work, and through his galleries, and wrote extensively on photography throughout his career."@en
  • "Alfred Stieglitz (1846-1946) remains one of the most central and influential photographers of the twentieth century. He championed what became known as 'straight photography', a vision of the photograph that sought to establish it as an art form separate from painting and basic to its status as a 'modern' medium. He was also a major figure in the modernist movement in the New York of the 1900s and, through his galleries and publications, played a crucial part in the development of both American art and photography. Stieglitz promoted, published and exhibited much of the best photography of the period in his role as editor of the now legendary magazine Camera Work, and through his galleries, and wrote extensively on photography throughout his career."
  • "Collects Alfred Stieglitz's photographs of New York City, which chronicle the transition the city underwent in the first three decades of the twentieth century."
  • "Stieglitz described himself as an American. His work began to attract attention in the late eighties, and he became a powerful, often domineering, influence on photography and art."

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  • "Pictorial works"
  • "Catalogue d'art (Descripteur de forme)"
  • "fotografier"
  • "Bildband"
  • "Bildband."
  • "Exposition"
  • "Biography"@en
  • "Biography"
  • "Monografie"
  • "Vertical files."
  • "Exhibition catalogs"
  • "Exhibition catalogs"@en
  • "Artist files."
  • "Catalogs"
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  • "Alfred Stieglitz."@en
  • "Alfred Stieglitz."
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  • "Alfred Stieglitz /"@en
  • "Stieglitz"
  • "Alfred Stieglitz : [exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, 3 February-8 May 1983]."@en
  • "Alfred Stieglitz : dossier /"
  • "Alfred Stieglitz : [exhibition catalog]."
  • "Alfred Streglitz /"
  • "Alfred Stieglitz : [photographies] /"
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  • "New York"
  • "Alfred Stieglitz"@en
  • "Alfred Stieglitz"
  • "Alfred Stieglitz : New York /"
  • "Alfred Stieglitz : [at the National Gallery of Art, 3 February-8 May 1983]."
  • "Alfred Stieglitz : New York : [exhibition, New York, Seaport museum New York, September 14, 2010 to January 10, 2011] /"
  • "Alfred Stieglitz : Introduction Dorothy Norman."
  • "Alfred Stieglitz New York : [exhibition at the Seaport Museum New York, September, 14, 2010 to January 10, 2011] /"

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