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April 28th, 2013

Philadelphia Museum of Art Highlights Photogravure


he Terminal, 1893 (negative); c. 1913 (print) Alfred Stieglitz, American Photogravure Image: 10 x 13 3/16 inches (25.4 x 33.5 cm) Sheet: 10 7/8 x 14 1/16 inches (27.6 x 35.7 cm) Mount: 16 13/16 x 22 11/16 inches (42.7 x 57.6 cm) The Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1949 1949-18-48

Exhibit includes Stieglitz large-format photogravures including The Terminal (10 x 13 in)

Photogravure: Master Prints from the Collection
May 11, 2013 – August 11, 2013

Curated by Peter Barberie, The Brodsky Curator of Photographs, Alfred Stieglitz Center.

This exhibition includes fifty-five works, most of them master prints from the 1880s through the 1910s by Pictorialist photographers such as Edward S. Curtis, Peter Henry Emerson, Gertrude Käsebier, Edward Steichen, and Alfred Stieglitz. There are also extraordinary examples from the 1930s by Man Ray, Paul Strand, and Doris Ullman, and contemporary works by Ian van Coller, Jon Goodman, Eikoh Hosoe, and Lorna Simpson.

Honickman Gallery, ground floor


April 13th, 2013

Photogravure Workshop Results



Tyler Craft, Langkofel, 2012

Tyler Craft was introduced to photogravure when he volunteered to program this site.  He has since become a savvy collector and now has made a photogravure of his own. Tyler is a highly sought-after programmer. His interest in photography is recent, and it is a hobby.  His (very thoughtful) wife gave him a photogravure workshop with Paul Taylor at Renaissance Press as a birthday gift last year.  I was floored by the image he produced from his first attempt.  The point is, while this is a very complicated and laborious process, with the right workshop and teacher one can achieve beautiful results with little to no experience.

If you are interested, Paul’s summer workshop schedule and more information can be viewed here.