Abstraction, Twin Lakes, Connecticut, 1916 by Paul Strand: Described by Alfred Stieglitz as 'the direct expression of today', this shot is among the first of intentionally abstract phtographs. via metmuseum.org

"Straight" or Pure Photography. Abstraction, Twin Lakes, Connecticut, 1916 / Paul Strand / Silver-platinum print / "This picture is among the first photographic abstractions to be made intentionally." (from the Met)

Photography by Paul Strand. I like the great detail we can see in the bike, highlighting the lines in the wheel, and the form of the bike shape which is enhanced by the shadows.

Found some Paul Strand photography with similiar shapes. A bit about Paul strand. The American artist Paul Strand had a long and .

Typwriter keys, 1916, Paul Strand.(1890 -1976)

Ralph Steiner, Typewriter Keys, 1921 By Jim Hughes I met Ralph Steiner when he was already in his He arrived in my office at the original Camera Arts lugging a big cardboard box filled to the brim not with.

Alexander Rodchenko, Street From Above, 1925

INTERSECCIONES. Luis Martínez Santa-María

© Peter Keetman, 1958, Rohre (Pipes) Peter Keetman was one of the founder-members of the Fotoform group in 1949 with Otto Steinert and others. His preference for black and white enhanced his strong designs, often based around the effects of light on the subject.

© Peter Keetman, Rohre (Pipes) Peter Keetman was one of the founder-members of the Fotoform group in 1949 with Otto Steinert and others. His preference for black and white enhanced his strong designs, often based around the effects of light on the

Peter Keetman

All these shadows just work for me. Also, Reservoir Dogs shot before its time. Bedrich Grunzweig - Home From Work, New York,

Fotografie von / photo by Peter Keetman - VW-Kotflügel 1953, späterer Abzug  Peter Keetman

‘Volkswagen werk’, gelatin silver print peter keetman, This oversize publication reproduces the Volkswagenwerk series in full, in their original size, together with texts that refer both to this series and to Keetman’s greater oeuvre.

PETER KEETMAN (*1916-2005). VW-Werk, vordere Abschluß-Bleche / VW-factory, front cover plates, 1953. gelatin silver print, printed later. 36 x 30,4 cm © Estate of Peter Keetman/F.C. Gundlach Foundation

PETER KEETMAN (*1916-2005). VW-Werk, vordere Abschluß-Bleche / VW-factory, front cover plates, 1953. gelatin silver print, printed later. 36 x 30,4 cm © Estate of Peter Keetman/F.C. Gundlach Foundation

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