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  • Brian Garitty

    "From the Back Window" - New York City - 1915 - photographer Alfred Stieglitz.

  • Racheal Samuels

    Alfred Stieglitz. Alfred Stiglietz was an American photographer and modern art promoter who was instrumental over his fifty-year career in making photography an accepted art form. He organized an invitation-only group called the Photo-Secession to force the art world to recognize photography “as a distinctive medium of individual expression.” Photo-Secession held its own exhibitions and published Camera Work, a pre-eminent quarterly photographic journal, until 1917.

  • Rita M. Sjöholm

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  • Peter Zhang

    Alfred Stieglitz, From the Back Window, 1915 #Alfred Stieglitz #Stieglitz #From the Back Window #Fine-Art #Art Photography #Monochrome ...

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