Adult Nonfiction TR653 .S78 1997
Summary: Alfred Stieglitz was one of the most important cultural forces in twentieth-century America. As founder of the Photo Secession movement and editor of the influential Camera Workhe eschewed the prevailing "artiness" of pictorialist photography, preferring clarity of vision and "crystallized awareness." In galleries such as "291" and An American Place he showed and championed the work of modern artists from the US and Europe. As a photographer, editor, and gallery director Stieglitz was a powerful influence on photography and on American art in general.
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