Paul Strand

USA / 1890 - 1976 / wikipedia
American photographer Paul Strand was highly active in promoting photography as an art form, with Stieglitz even exhibiting his work in his gallery and writing about his photography in his publication Camera Work.

He often experimented with using the camera to create abstraction in his images and embraced ideas similar to painters and sculptors, simply applying them to his photography. He later turned his focus on how photography could be a tool for social change and reform, yet always retained his artistic vision across his career, which spanned 6 decades.
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