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VIK MUNIZ | clouds
The MoMA - Vik Muniz - 1995. Gelatin silver print.
In this series Vik Muniz playfully takes on one of modernist photography's greatest heroes, Alfred Stieglitz, along with one of modernism's greatest institutions, the Museum of Modern Art. In the early 1920s Stieglitz made a pivotal series of photographs of clouds-small, abstract compositions cropped from the broad expanse of sky overhead. He called these cloud studies "Equivalents," because he saw them as pure, formal expressions of his inner emotional and psychological states.