From the Back Window – 291

Alfred Stieglitz American

Not on view

At the turn of the century, Stieglitz's duties as gallery owner, publisher, editor, and promoter left him little time to photograph. When the mood struck him, however, which began to happen with some frequency about 1915, he did not look far afield but photographed his colleagues at the gallery and the view from his window with a modernist rigor exceeded only by Strand.

From the Back Window – 291, Alfred Stieglitz (American, Hoboken, New Jersey 1864–1946 New York), Platinum print

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