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A Visual Legacy of Great American Photographer Alfred Stieglitz

Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946) is perhaps the most important figure in the history of visual arts in America. That is certainly not to say that he was the greatest artist America has ever produced. 189 more words

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If you could could tag along with an iconic photographer from the past...

who would that be?

In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.

Alfred Stieglitz  1864-1946

I will admit it straight out…I am enamoured of Alfred Stieglitz. 418 more words

Track A (History of Street Photography), Part 2 Links

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Track A (History of Street Photography) Part 2 Links

I wish I could give you the name of a book that laid out all of these photographers in order, but I can’t. 726 more words

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Alfred Stieglitz - The Birth of Artistic Photography

22 Questions –

1) What did Alfred Stieglitz refer to all Visual Artists as?

He called Visual Artists, ‘Pictorialists’, or ‘Photo Secessionists’

2) How do you feel when you look at his self portrait from 1907? 1,024 more words

Alfred Stieglitz 👨

Alfred Stieglitz(the picture ) born in Hoboken, New Jersey, in 1864 is an American photographer, organiser, engineer and editor during his career. He is credited with spearheading the rise of modern photography in America in the early years of the twenty century, publishing the Camera Work which the influential journals that he founded and edited. 175 more words

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Under the influence of Alfred Stieglitz

Lately, I’ve been thinking of the photographer Alfred Stieglitz. He was a purist when it came to the craft. He believed photographs shouldn’t be manipulated. When I photograph clouds, or even just look at them, he surfaces in my mind. 26 more words

Minor White: Lucid Dreaming

The Amercian Minor White (1908-1976) was a poet before he was a photographer. Familiar with the discipline of disclosing his inner life in metaphors, he seized on the camera as a tool with which to transform his personal experience into a universal language, making his own spiritual insight accessible to others in the process. 676 more words