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An American lens : scenes from Alfred Stieglitz's New York Secession

著者: Jay Bochner
出版商: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2005.
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"In An American Lens, Jay Bochner looks at a series of milestones in the development of the American avant-garde that capture a pivotal period in artistic consciousness. He focuses on the multiple roles of Alfred Stieglitz - as influential gallery owner, photographer, and impresario of the emerging art scene - at a series of significant moments in his career. These close-ups offer a more intense and expanded  再读一些...
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Bochner, Jay, 1940-
American lens.
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2005
(OCoLC)607739906
提及的人: Alfred Stieglitz; Alfred Stieglitz; Alfred Stieglitz
材料类型: 互联网资源
文件类型: 书, 互联网资源
所有的著者/提供者: Jay Bochner
ISBN: 0262025809 9780262025805
OCLC号码: 58451649
描述: xvi, 371 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
内容: The coming storm of modernism (1893) --
Conservation frames --
Before the Armory (1913) --
Outside the Armory (1912-1913) --
Mechanics of the New York secession (1915) --
Days in April, sweet and cruel (1917) --
The serial portrait (1917-1935) --
Down from the clouds (1929-1935) --
Conclusion: the secession's unyielding father.
责任: Jay Bochner.

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A close reading of photography yields a groundbreaking cultural biography; reveals photography's impresario, Alfred Stieglitz, as he has never been revealed before and looks at his photographs as  再读一些...

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