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Many opposed his replacement of Beaumont Newhall as head of the Photography Department at MoMA. Norton, New York; Hatje Cantz, Germany; and Ediciones Amero, Spain. A fully-illustrated catalogue has been published in five languages in collaboration with a number of international publishing houses: Thames & Hudson, London and Paris; Skira, Italy; W.

Beginning as a leading exponent of the 19th-century romantic movement called Pictorialism, Steichen metamorphosed rapidly into one of the leading lights of modernism. However, until now Steichen, -- a Luxembourger by birth -- has never been the subject of a significant retrospective in Europe.

Ewing and Todd Brandow, as well as by experts A. Others criticized The Family of Man as naively sentimental, and questioned his use of photographers’ work to further polemical aims. He was one of the first to bridge the gap between creative photography and editorial, illustrational, and other applied usages of the medium. As a photographer of great renown in both amateur and professional circles, an editor, curator, horticulturalist, entrepreneur, promoter, and showman, Steichen’s reach was extraordinary.

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  • Edward Steichen Lives in Photography | FEP
    Description. Edward Steichen is one of the key figures in the history of photography. Beginning as a leading exponent of the 19th-century romantic movement ...
    Edward Steichen: Lives in Photography (HB).

    Pierpont Morgan, 1903 © 1903 Preus Museum Horten, Norway, Monika Sjue Edward Steichen, George Washington Bridge, New York, 1931 © 1931 The Richard and Jackie Hollander Collection/John S. Sullivan Edward Steichen, Martha Graham, New York, 1931 © 1931 The Richard and Jackie Hollander Collection/John S. Norton, New York; Hatje Cantz, Germany; and Ediciones Amero, Spain.

    Produced with generous loans of original Steichen prints from a number of public and private collections in Europe and North America, the Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, and FEP curated together this unique Steichen exhibition, the most comprehensive exhibition of his work ever, representing all aspects of his oeuvre. Some critics saw his work for the Condé Nast empire as obsessed with glamour. Others criticized The Family of Man as naively sentimental, and questioned his use of photographers’ work to further polemical aims.

    Emblematic of that, Steichen remains a polarizing figure, which perhaps explains the lack of serious retrospective consideration until now. Between the two world wars Steichen achieved the pinnacle of success in commercial photography as photographer-in-chief for the Condé Nast publications Vogue and Vanity Fair. His early partner, Alfred Stieglitz, considered Steichen’s move into the world of fashion and advertising treasonous, while his old Pictorialist colleagues were outraged at his seeming abandonment of their noble aims.

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