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Paul Strand: A primer Recent examination of photographer Paul Strand reveals a historic practitioner whose lessons are still being learned. Here, two leading experts discuss his legacy with Deborah Wilk, illustrated by rare works offered in our October sales. Is Paul Strand (1890-1976) — the iconic 20th-century photographer credited with forging a path for the medium from documentarian strictures to artful expression — having a moment. ‘I certainly hope so. ’ laughs Peter Barberie, Brodsky Curator of Photographs of the Alfred Stieglitz Center of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He mounted the touring retrospective, Master of Modern Photography last year, which stopped at Switzerland’s Fotomuseum Winterhur, is currently on view at the Fundacion MAPFRE in Madrid, and will open next spring in London at the V&A. The 250... Why is Strand so significant. ‘He’s one of the seminal photographers you study as an undergraduate and never forget,’ states Darius Himes, International Head of Photographs for Christie’s, of Strand. Even for those disinclined to embrace art history, Strand’s formal innovations — employing the cool photographic gaze to showcase the alluring curves of early industrial design, enhance the drama of shadows falling from buildings or light bouncing... How did his work develop, and what makes his work so different, and so radical. Strand’s penchant for beauty might have been spurred by his early focus on the then prevailing movement of Pictorialism, which took its cues from 19th-century painting, and sought to position photography less as a recording tool and more as a... Along with Stieglitz, however, Strand came to reject Pictorialist notions of beauty, and sought instead a more unaffected, modernist observation of the world. ‘The pictures don’t seem so radical to us today because we traffic in the language they created,’ says Chris Boot, director of the Aperture Foundation. ‘He used formal characteristics to create fresh ideas about the possibilities of vision and ways of seeing. Who and what influenced his work, and how did these influences change over time. ‘In the 1910s, Strand was interested in Cubism as a new artistic language, in which he thought photography could participate,’ says Barberie. But when he started using an 8x10 view camera around 1919, he became interested in ‘the camera’s ability to see better than the human eye. His experimentation and formal abstraction moved into something really quite opposite because his pictures with the view camera are patently not abstract as they show the stark realities of, say, a toadstool or a flower. Throughout the 1920s, Strand was heartily embraced by Stieglitz’s vanguard circle, including Georgia O’Keeffe and the artists he showed at 291 gallery in Manhattan, some of with whom Strand corresponded and sometimes collaborated. Despite the happy accident of family affluence, Strand worked as a commercial photographer as well as a movie cameraman, continuing to hone his understanding of what transparent imagery could do. It is possibly this work as a filmmaker that... In the early 1930s, Strand set off for Mexico to work on his feature-length film, The Wave , 1936. During this project, says Boot, he ‘became steadily more concerned with social and political themes of the working class. With his growing leftist leanings, Strand developed ever deeper projects to examine the evolution of a place and its culture. ‘He was a very slow, methodical artist — with the exception of his street work in New York in the teens,’ says Barberie. Source: www.christies.com
Credited, titled, dated, initialed 'H.S.' by Hazel Strand in pencil (on the reverse of the flush-mount). Image/flush-mount: 7 5/8 x 9 3/4 in. (19.5 x 24.5 cm.) Estimate: $30,000-50,000. This work is offered in our Photographs on 6 October at Christie's
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"The 4 x 5 view camera remains unsurpassed for landscape photography" and "Digital still can’t touch large-format film for the full-page reproductions ...
Appropriating the photographic lighting style and subject matter of product photography, a 4" x 5" camera was used to explore a narrow range of subject and ...
The 4×5 inch sheet film format was very convenient for press photography since it allowed for direct contact printing on the printing plate, hence it was widely used ...