ALFRED STIEGLITZ (1864-1946)

A. Stieglitz is rightly remembered and celebrated as one of the first people to have recognized the artistic potentials of photography. He developed a theoretical approach of that new way of making images in his editing of CAMERA WORK. But he was also a practitioner, aware of the possible developments of pictorialism or abstraction. Famous for his portraits, in particular of Georgia O’Keefe, and his uncompromising views of New York’s modernity, he also gathered around him young artists known as “precisionists” whose careers he relentlessly promoted. 15€ for non-members See website for details.
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Théâtre du RANELAGH, 5 Rue des Vignes, 75016 Paris

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