Heliogravure - Camera Work, Oct. 1903
|Kunstenaar:||Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946)|
|Titel van kunstwerk:||The Flat-iron|
|Editie:||Camera Work, Oct. 1903|
|Maat afbeelding (in cm):||8,4 x 17|
|Totale afmetingen (L/B/H in cm):||21 x 29,8|
Alfred Stieglitz was an American photographer, gallerist and art dealer, a pioneer of photography.
He was one of the first to elevate photography to a work of art, organising exhibitions and launching magazines dedicated to this medium. It was his lifelong pursuit to promote photography which was an essentially scientific, documentary and not artistic medium in the 19th century, to one of the fundamental art forms. He achieved international fame in 1902, with an impressive exhibition of photographs involving photographers of the Photo-Sécession group he organised at the National Arts Club of New York. In 1923, he held the first ever exhibition of photographs in a Museum and his donation of 27 photographs to the Metropolitan Museum in New York in 1924 was the first ever donation of photographs.
This is the best-known photograph of Stieglitz, it has inspired many of his colleagues. It shows a scene of daily life in New York at the beginning of the century. It is in perfect condition, under mat, ready to frame.
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