Rodchenko    I'm not worthy

Alexander Rodchenko: Fire Escape (with a man) © A. Rodchenko, V. Stepanova Archive, Moscow House of Photography Museum via Revolution in Photography exhibition More Rodchenko on OF

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

"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)

Alexander Rodchenko. Glass. 1928. ●彡

gacougnol: “ Alexander Rodchenko Glass 1928 *Tous mes remerciements/all my thanks to Netlex ”

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.

Available for sale from Aperture Foundation, Paul Strand, Wire Wheel, New York Platinum-palladium print, 10 × 12 in

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.

by Paul Strand

"Paul Strand plays with shadows again and uses a deep depth of field with interesting rule of thirds.