Edward Steichen - Self-Portrait with Studio Camera, 1917 (detail)

Edward Steichen / Éduard Jean Steichen

Exhibition Announcements   |   Balasz Takac

The Boca Raton Museum of Art is about to open an exhibition focused on the floral mural produced by the photographer Edward Steichen from 1911 to 1914.

Henri Cartier-Bresson - Madrid, Spain, 1932 f
Top Lists, Photography, Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

Selected works from the Howard Greenberg photography collection are currently on view at MFA Boston, revealing photography’s transformative power.

Frank Eugene- Eugene, Stieglitz, Kühn and Steichen Admiring the Work of Eugene, 1907, platinum print, Yale Collection of American Literature
Photography, Art History   |   Elena Martinique

Alfred Stieglitz's 291 gallery was seminal in providing legitimacy to photography in the U.S. while providing support for early 20th-century modernism.

The Family of Man Displayed at Clervaux Castle in Luxembourg © CNA & Romain Girtgen
Photography, Art History   |   Andrey V.

We talk about The Family of Man, Edward Steichen's exhibition that withstood the test of time and became arguably the greatest photography show in history.

Gloria Swanson, 1924
Photography   |   Angie Kordic

Fashion photography had an exciting history of putting couture, designers, photographers and models into editorials featured in Vogue and Harper's Bazaar.

Joel Meyerowitz
Photography   |   Widewalls Editorial

Photographers have been capturing the cities around the world ever since the medium was invented. Read about street and urban photography and its artists.

Alvin Langdon Coburn - Brooklyn Bridge, 1911
Photography   |   Widewalls Editorial

Pictorialism was responsible for introducing photography into the world of art, once and for all. Read about the most prominent pictorialist photographers.

Elton John - source artnet
Art News, Photography   |   Patina Lee

Take a look at Elton John's eclectic art collection, the musician's archive includes some of the iconic Modernist photographs.