Defining Modernism
by Susan F. Ehrens
Publisher's Description
What came to be known as 'straight photography' was a direct answer to the 'artistic' pictorial photography prevalent in the 1920s and 1930s. This response was voiced by photographers like Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, and Imogen Cunningham, who came together to form the group f.64, creating what became the most influential photographic movement of the era. This book includes brief biographies of the major artists, a detailed essay by noted author Susan Ehrens, and over 150 images by the eleven featured photographers.
ISBN: 0933286724
Publisher: The Friends of Photography-Carmel
Paperback : 175 pages
Language: English
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