Alfred Stieglitz (1864 - 1946)
Through his own photographic work over the course of a half century, the journals he edited and published, and the exhibitions he mounted at his influential New York galleries, Alfred Stieglitz played a crucial role in establishing photography as an integral part of modern art in America. A founder of the Photo-Secession, a Pictorialist group of photographers, he elevated the discourse and practice of photography, forming key connections between American and European movements. Later, he embraced straight photography, linking its potential for modern expression with that of avant-garde painting and sculpture.

Alfred Stieglitz
Alfred Stieglitz

Alfred Stieglitz

- Odeon, Prague, 1990
- Soft cover